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"Thy destiny is only that of man, 
but thy aspirations may be those of a god." 
Ovid — Metamorphoses 



WASHINGTON COLLEGE 

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EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
BUSINESS MANAGER 
ADVERTISING MANAGER 



SUSAN STANT 

FRAZER JONES 

CHERYL ERLACH 



College is a place of change. After four years, we leave 
here with a new view of ourselves and our world. Not only 
do individuals change, but the college as an institution is 
constantly developing, and always building upon the 
achievements of the past. Perhaps in most ways, the Rever- 
end Dr. Smith would not recognize the college he founded 
at Chester Town. The campus has expanded greatly since 
its earliest days, and is now undergoing further develop- 
ment. But there are many traces of the past in our college 
life. They have become an inseparable part of Washington 
College, embodied in tradition. 

The PEGASUS this year attempts to remind us of these 
traditions. It seeks to show the movement of time, always 
accompanied by change, in the history of Washington Col- 
lege. It reminds us of those things that change and those 
that become familiar emblems of the past, linking past and 
present, and projecting what the future may hold. 






The natural beauty of our campus is due to its location in 
the remote country area of the Eastern Shore. The winding 
Chester River and the beaches of the Chesapeake Bay pro- 
vide an atmosphere of leisure. The campus itself, with its 
brickwalks and shade trees, is ideal for an enjoyment of the 
outdoors. We can easily see change and tradition: the 
growth of the Elm Tree, its dedication to past memories. 
Time affects natural surroundings . . . 











The Washington 

Elm, first planted in 1932. 






. . . and it causes us to rebuild our 
man-made environment. Develop- 
ment is a familiar word at Wash- 
ington College. From the past 
emerges an ivy-covered hall; in the 
present stands Kent House and the 
new Hodson Hall, and the labors of 
construction crews suggest the im- 
provements of the future. 




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College surroundings may differ through 
the years, but our purpose as college stu- 
dents remains forever unchanging — the 
search for knowledge, realized in the 
classroom and in the library, in groups 
and as individuals . . . 










Bunting Library when first built. 




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. . . but always with the faculty as our guides. 
Faculty and students are the essentials and in- 
separables. Perhaps this relationship has 
changed in the course of Washington College 
history; perhaps the tendency has been toward 
an even closer and more encompassing associa- 
tion. Whatever the effects of time in the past, 
we hope for the realization of this tendency in 
the future. The omens of today are promising. 

College is a faculty-student partnership in 
learning, and in other phases of campus life. 
The scope of faculty activity is broad . . . 




. . . combining instruction 

with the open air in true Greek fashion 



. . . answering our baffling questions 
(after a moment's thought) . . . 




. . . reaching into our campus 
organizations with determined 
leadership . . . 



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. . . awaiting those moments 

of private concentration — and daydreaming 





. . . attempting to participate 
in our less dignified activities . 



. . . joining us 

in our anticipation of victory . 




. . . and encouraging individual 
experiments. 



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Hubbard flagpole dedication in 1939. 



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However, college is even more than 
physical surroundings and educa- 
tion. It is now, and has always 
been, an aggregate of people united 
for the common purpose of learn- 
ing, a learning which extends be- 
yond the curriculum to the forma- 
tion of meaningful relationships 
with our fellow students and fac- 
ulty. Through the years, the college 
atmosphere has stressed more and 
more the importance of social ad- 
justment. 

Time has brought a wide variety to 
the social life at Washington Col- 
lege, extending its scope from grad- 
uations, concerts, assemblies, and 
dedications . . . 






Heritage and rededication at the 1963 commencement exercises. 




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... to everyday contacts with our friends 









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Socializing in old Reid Hall lounge. 



to the close associations of dorm life. 



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Aside from these casual contacts, college offers many opportunities for 
group activity in campus organizations. As in social life, the passage of 
time has brought an increased diversification in available activities at 
Washington College. They range from athletics, as spectator or partici- 
pant; to the cave exploring of the science club; to informal and formal 
stage presentations; to political organization on campus in the SGA 
and participation in nationwide campaigns; and including activities 
which involve the Chestertown community as a whole. 







The Washington College Players in 1930. 





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The foundation of any college is its faculty and its students. 
As a small liberal arts institution, Washington College 
strives for the ideal of a faculty that shows an active inter- 
est in campus life. 

The 1965 PEGASUS is dedicated to Dr. Joseph McLain 
for his accomplishments in maintaining and improving stu- 
dent-faculty relationships as well as for his many achieve- 
ments in scientific research. 

For his promotion of individual study and research, and for 
his sincere interest in college life and college students, we 
are eternally grateful. 



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CONTENTS 



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ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



SENIORS AND CLASSES 



GREEKS 



ORGANIZATIONS 



FEATURES 



SPORTS 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



STUDENT DIRECTORY 



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Enter now into campus life at 

Washington College through the 

pages of the Pegasus. 



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. . . THE MACE . . . TRADITIONAL SYMBOL 

OF FACULTY AUTHO 



ADMINISTRATION 

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FACULTY 



IITY IN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES . . . 




Daniel Z. Gibson, Ph.D., LL.D. 

President of the College 



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Robert Kirkwood, Ph.D., Dean of the College 



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J. Thomas Kibler, B.A., B.P.T. 
Assistant to the President 




Warren Brewer, Jr., M.A., Dean of Men 



F. W. Hynson, Capt, B.S. 
Assistant to the President 



Margaret W. Horsley, Ph.D. 
Dean of Women 





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Carl A. Westerdahl, B.A. 
Assistant Director of Admissions 



Ermon N. Foster, M.A. 
Registrar 



Robert C. Simmonds, B.S. 
Bursar 



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Theodore F. Parker, B.A. 
Assistant to the Director of Admissions 



Robert G. Bailey, M.S. 
Librarian 



Harold H. Gray, Jr., B.A. 
Director of Admissions 



Frederick W. Dumschott, M.A. 
Business Manager 





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Charles A. Cockey, B.S. 
Director of Public Relations 



Bedfor J. Groves, A.B. 
Director of Alumni Affairs, 
Director of Placement 





Edward L. Athey, A.M., Director of Athletics 



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Jacqueline Shure, 

Assistant to the Director of Public Relations 



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A. Clayton McGarvey, 
Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 



John Anthony Linville, B.A., Director of Food Service 



Edwin Leid, Manager of the College Bookstore 




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Randall Howard Grumpelt, M.A., Instructor in Psychology 



Dwight Roger Kirkpatrick, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Psychology 



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Delphine Stewart Barroll, B.A. 
Lecturer in Music 



Margaret W. Horsley, Ph.D., Professor of Sociology 
Patricia E. Home, M.A., Instructor in Sociology 




William E. Hoffman, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Education 





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Robert L. Harder, Jr., Ph.D. 
Professor of Philosophy 



Gwenneth Lorraine Browne, B.A. 
Instructor in Philosophy 





Peter Frank Tapke, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Philosophy 



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Nicholas Newlin, Ph.D. 
Professor of English 



Norman James, Ph.D. 
Professor of English 




Richard H. Reis, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of English 



Nancy R. Tatum, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of English 




PICTURES MISSING: 
James Thomas Miller, M.A. 
Instructor in English 
Glen E. Coulter, M.A.S 
Instructor in English 




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Angel Rubio Y Maroto, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Spanish 



Gerda Renee Blumenthal, Ph.D. 
Professor of French 





Christine Alice Olpin, B.A., Instructor in French 



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Carolyn Jones, B.S. 
Instructor in Spanish 



PICTURE MISSING: 
Margaret M. Epstein, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of French 




Alexander Meyer, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Russian and German 



Walter Schatzberg, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of German 






Nathan Smith, Ph.D., Professor of History; Guy Fair Goodfellow, M.A., Assistant 
Professor of History; Stuart Alden MacKown, M.A., Instructor in Political Science 



Frank Van Pattee, M.B.A., Instructor in Economics 



Robert Kirkwood, Ph.D. 
Professor of History 



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Warren Brewer, Jr., M.A. 
Lecturer in History 





Tai Sung An, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of Political Science 



Charles Raymond Halstead, Ph.D. 
Assistant Professor of History 



Roland Gibson, Ph.D., Professor of Economics 





William Eben Gould, M.S. 
Instructor in Mathematics 





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Elizabeth Baker Covey, M.A. 
Assistant Professor of Mathematics 




Edgar Percival Gwynn, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Biology 




Katherine Emily Yaw, Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology 



Richard Harland Brown, Ph.D., Professor of Mathematics 



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Bernard Joseph Haske, Ph.D. 
Associate Professor of Chemistry 



Joseph H. McLain, Ph.D. 
Professor of Chemistry 




Pratt Gordon Bethers, M.S. 
Instructor in Physics 



Conrad Kuhl Rizer, Ed.D. 
Professor of Physics 






Ronald Carl Sisk, B.A., Instructor in Physical Education 



Edward Lorain Athey, M.A. 
Professor of Physical Education 



Doris Thistle Bell, B.A. 

Assistant Professor of Physical Education 



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Donald Mortimer Chatellier, M.Ed. 
Assistant Professor of Physical Education 





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. . . FROM FRESHMAN WEEK TO 

. . . TIME PASSES 



SENIORS 

AND 

CLASSES 



GRADUATION 

. . . AND STUDENTS COME AND GO . . . 





EILEEN C. ALTOBELL 

Massapequa, New York 

B.A ., Psychology 

PEGASUS 4; Chorus 1, 3, 4; S.E.A. Treasurer 4; 

man Club 1, Secretary 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 



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JULIE S. ANDREWS 

Madison, New Jersey 

B.A., Philosophy 

William James Forum 3; Horseback Riding 3, 4. 



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SYLVIA AYERS 

Stamford, Connecticut 

B.A., Spanish 

Chorus 1, 3, 4; S.EA. 3, 4; House Council 2, 3, 4; 

Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 



HARRY G. BAKER 

Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Biology 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Society of Sciences 3, 4; Student 

Advisor 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 




RODNEY C. BARKHURST 
Church Hill, Maryland 
B.S., Chemistry 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Society of Sciences 3, Vice Presi- 
dent 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 4. 



NORMAN W. BAUER 

Easton, Maryland 

B.A., Mathematics 

ELM 2; Sigma Sigma Omicron 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; 

Dean's List 1, 2, 4. 





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FREDERICK H. BAUMAN 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

B.A., English 

Washington Players 2, 3, 4; Mt. Vernon Literary Society 

1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4. 



ELLEN H. BENSON 

Virginia Beach, Virginia 

B.A., English 

Chorus 3, 4; Society of Sciences 1, 2; Canterbury Club 

1, 2, Secretary 3, President 4. 





JOHN B. BODDIE IV 

Chevy Chase, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha; ELM 2; Soccer Manager 3; 

crosse 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 3, 4. 



RONALD D. BRANNOCK 
Cambridge, Maryland 
B.A., Mathematics 
Kappa Alpha Order Treasurer 2, President 3, Secretary 
4; Inter-Fraternity Council President 3; Class Treasurer 
1, 2; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; M.V.P. 
Award-Tennis 3, 4; Baurice Fox Medal 2, 3; Colonial 
Dames of America Award 2; Alumni Scholarship Medal 
3; Visitors and Governors Medal 3; Omicron Delta 
Kappa 3, Vice President 4; Sigma Sigma Omicron 3, 4; 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 4. 





RICHARD W. CARRELL 

Medford, New Jersey 
B.A., Political Science 

Theta Chi; Washington Forum 2, 3, President 4; Basket- 
ball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3, 4; Varsity Club 3, Secretary 4; 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH N. CARUSO 

Elizabeth, New Jersey 

B.A., English 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Kent Hall Dormitory Council 4; 

Centazin Club 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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JOHN L. COKER 

Edgewater, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Theta Chi; Cross Country 1; Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 

3,4. 



BARBARA S. COLES 

Swathmore, Pennsylvania 

B.A., English 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Class Secretary 3, 4; House Council 4: 

G.I.AA. 3; Homecoming Court 3. 




WILLIAM T. COLLINS 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., International Studies 

ELM 2; Wesley Foundation 1; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket- 
ball Manager 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 4. 






JOHN A. CONKLING 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.S., Chemistry 

Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President, Treasurer 2; Presi- 
dent 3; Inter-Fraternity Council 4; ELM Sports Editor 
2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 3, 4; Society of Sciences 2, 3, 4; 
Lacrosse 1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; -Freshman 
Chemistry Award 1; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, Treasurer 
4; Sigma Sigma Omicron 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 3, 4; Who's 
Who 4. 



RUSSELL H. COOK 

Easton, Maryland 
B.A., Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President 3, President 4; Intra- 
murals 1,2, 3, 4; Dean's List 3. 



BEVERLY J. CROSS 

Washington, D.C. 

B.A ., English 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Intramurals 1, 4; Homecoming Court 




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MARILYN A. DAVIS 
Haddonfield, New Jersey 
B.A., Spanish 
Alpha Chi Omega; Washington Players 4; Wesley Foun- 
dation 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4: (Transfer from 
Southern Seminary Junior College.) 





JOHN M. DOVE III 

Annapolis, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President 4; Lacrosse 2, 3, 

Soccer 2; Varsity Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



FRANK H. DURKEE 

Chestertown, Maryland 
B.A., Economics 
Phi Sigma Kappa President 4; ELM 3, Business Man- 
ager, 4; International Relations Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 

3,4. 



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KATHLEEN D. DURKEE 

Chestertown, Maryland 

B.A., English 

Zeta Tau Alpha; Washington Players 2; House Council 

2; Canterbury Club 1; G.I. A. A. 1, Secretary 2, Vice 

President 3, 4. 



ELLEN S. EHALT 

Garden City, New York 

B.A., Spanish 

Alpha Chi Omega; Intramurals 1, 2, 4; Newman Club 3, 

4. 





ROBERT E. EISENBUD 

Great Neck, New York 

B.A., Philosophy 

Phi Sigma Kappa; S.G.A. 1, Treasurer 2, Vice President 

3, President 4; Washington Players 2, 3, 4; William 

James Forum 2, Treasurer 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 



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RICHARD H. EVANS 

Baltimore. Maryland 

BS., Physics 

Washington Players 1; Society of Sciences 3, 4; Wesley 

Foundation. 



STARKE M. EVANS 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Theta Chi Vice President 4; Washington Forum 3, 4; 

Baseball 2; Basketball 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Dean's List 

3,4. 



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CAMMY J. FELT 
Huntington, New York 
B.A., Economics 
Zeta Tail Alpha; ELM 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



1, 2; PEGASUS 2, 3; Intra- 



THOMAS J. FINNEGAN 
Glen Ridge, New Jersey 
B.A., History 
Theta Chi; ELM 3, 4; Soccer 4; Basketball 3, 4; Base- 
ball 3, 4; Intramurals 4; First Team, Mason-Dixon Con- 
ference 3; First Team, Middle Atlantic Conference 3; 
First Team Collegiate, All-State Maryland (Basketball); 
First Team Mason-Dixon Baseball 3; Most Valuable 
Player Award Basketball 3; Simpers Medal 3; Thomas 
Reeder Speeden Medal 3; Washington College Athletic 
Council Award 3; Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Dean's List 
3. 




JOHN E. FLYNN 

Upper Marlboro, Maryland 

B.A., Mathematics 

S.EA. 1, 2, 3, Vice President 4; Newman Club 1, 

Baseball 2, 3, 4. 



CAROLYN GARTRELL 

Gamber, Maryland 

B.A., French 

Zeta Taa Alpha; Treasurer 2, President 4; Pan-Hellenic 

Council 4; S.GA. 4; Washington Players 4; Wesley 

Foundation 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 4. 





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CAROL F. GOETZKE 

Baltimore, Maryland 
B.S., Biology 

Alpha Chi Omega; Washington Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Can- 
terbury Club 1, 4; Intramurals 3. 



BARBARA M. GUMAN 
Stratford, Connecticut 
B.A., Mathematics 
Alpha Chi Omega Treasurer 3, President 4; Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council 4; PEGASUS, Class Editor 3, 4; Class 
Vice President 3; S.E.A. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Homecoming Court 3, 4. 



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WILLIAM S. GUTMAN 

Stamford, Connecticut 

B.A., English 

Theta Chi; Inter-Fraternity Council 3, 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



President 4; 



VAUGHN A. HARDESTY 

Takoma Park, Maryland 

B.A., Psychology 

Phi Sigma Kappa Vice President 3; Lacrosse 1; Tennis 

3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 





STEPHEN G. HARPER 
Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 
B.A., History 

S.GA. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 4; ELM 1, 2, 3; Student Hand- 
book Editor 2, 3, 4; Cinema Arts 2, Secretary 3; Treas- 
urer 4; Canterbury Club 1, Vice President 2; President 
3; Omicron Delta Kappa 4; Who's Who 4. 



EDGAR D. HARRINGTON 

Allenhurst, New Jersey 
B.S., Biology 
Kappa Alpha Order; Society of Sciences 3, 4; Basketball 
1; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 




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WILLIAM E. HARRINGTON 

Cambridge, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tennis 3, 4; In- 

tramurals 2, 3, 4. 



HAYDON M. HARRISON 

Chestertown, Maryland 

B.S., Physics 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 

Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Club 

2, 3, 4. 



I ESSE J. HINSON 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

ELM 2; Washington Players 3; Washington Forum 4; 

Canterbury Club 1; Lacrosse 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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OSWALD W. HODGES 

Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., Philosophy 

Kappa Alpha Order; Class Vice President 1; Class Pres- 
ident 4; Gingko 1, 3; Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 
4; Varsity Club 2, 3, President 4; Who"s Who 4; Omicron 
Delta Kappa 3, President 4; Dean's List 3. 



LESLIE J. HOLT 

Roseland, New Jersey 

B.A., Psychology 

Alpha Chi Omega; Washington Players 3, 4; Wesley 

Foundation 1; Intramurals 1, 4. 



ANN F. HOSMER 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.A., English 

PEGASUS 4; Washington Players 3; Washington Chorus 

4; S.EA. 4; Canterbury Club; Intramurals 3. 




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JANE LEE HUEY 

Avondale, Pennsylvania 
B.A., English 
Zeta Tau Alpha Secretary 4; Washington Players 4; In- 
tramurals 1, 3. 





LINDA G. HUNDEVADT 

Washington, D.C. 

B.A., Psychology 

Alpha Omicron Pi; Washington Chorus 1, 4; 

murals 1. 



ROBERT C. JACOBS 

Chestertown, Maryland 
B.S., Biology 
Kappa Alpha Order Secretary 4; Society of Sciences 3, 
Treasurer 4; Lacrosse 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



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GERALD P. JENKINS 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.A., Mathematics 

S.G.A. 1, 2; Class President 1, 2; Class Vice President 4; 

Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 

3, 4; Basketball 1, 3; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 

2, 3, 4. 



BEVERLY H. JONES 

Chestertown, Maryland 
B.A., French 





FRAZER F. JONES 
Newark, Delaware 
B.A., Humanities 

Kappa Alpha Order; Washington Players 2, 3, 4; Wash- 
ington Chorus 2, 3, 4; PEGASUS Editor-in-Chief 3, 
Business Manager 4; William James Forum, Vice Presi- 
dent 2, 3, President 4; Duplicate Bridge Club 2, 3, Pres- 
ident; Intramurals 2. 



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FRANCES C. JOHNSON 

Chestertown, Maryland 

B.A., Sociology 

Alpha Omicron Pi: House Council 3. 



PAMELA A. KAMINSKY 
Struthers, Ohio 
B.S., Biology 

Alpha Chi Omega; S.G.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; PEGASUS Greek 
Editor 3; Washington Players 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Soci- 
ety of Sciences 4; Newman Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Fox Freshman Scholarship Award; Visitors and Gov- 
ernors Award 3; Alumni Scholarship Medal 3; Home- 
coming Court 1, 2, 3, Queen 4; Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Who's Who 3, 4. 




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ROBERT C. KAPER 
Bel Air, Maryland 
B.A., Psychology 

ELM 3; Society of Sciences 4; Varsity Track 1; J.V. La- 
crosse 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Sigma Sigma 
Omicron 3, 4; Dean's List 1, 2. 



PETER J. KARES 
Woodmere, New York 
B.S., Biology 
Phi Sigma Kappa Vice President 4; Varsity Cross Coun- 
try 1; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals. 




DONALD V. LEWIS 

Wellesley, Massachusetts 

B.S., Chemistry 

ELM 1, 2, 3; Society of Sciences 1, 2, 3, 4; William 

James Forum 2, 3, President 4; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; 

Varsity Soccer 1,2; Baseball 1. 



GERALD J. C. McKELVEY 

B.A., English 

ELM, Editor 2; Ginko 1, 2, 3, Editor 4; Mt. Vernon 

Literary Society 1, 2, 3, President 4; Washington Players 

2, 3, Treasurer 4; Fine Arts Commission 3, 4; Cinema 

Arts Guild 2, 3, 4. 





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TIMOTHY McMAHON 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., Philosophy 

PEGASUS 1, 2, Sports Editor 3, 4; ELM 1, 2, News 
Editor 3, 4; S.E.A. 3; William James Forum 4; Washing- 
ton Forum 3, 4; Young Democrats 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 3; 
Basketball 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



PETER M. MAGEE 

Manasquaw, New Jersey 
B.A., Economics 
Theta Chi; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; Track 2, 3, 4; La- 
crosse 2, 4; Varsity Club 2, 3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



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DAVID E. MORGAN 

Alexandria, Virginia 

B.A., English 

Phi Sigma Kappa Secretary; International Relations 

Club 2; Washington Players 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3; 

Rigby Science Award 1,2, 3. 



ELIZABETH H. MUMFORD 

Berlin, Maryland 

B.A., English 

Alpha Chi Omega Co-Rush Chairman 3, 4; S.G.A. 3; 

PEGASUS 3; Chorus 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 

G.I.A.A. President 3, 4. 





SANDRA P. MURRAY 

Seaford, Delaware 
B.A., Psychology 

Alpha Omicron Pi; ELM 3, 4; Copy Editor 4; PEGA- 
SUS 3; S.E.A. 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



NANCY L. MYERLY 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., Philosophy 
Alpha Chi Omega, Vice President 4; Washington Play- 
ers 3, 4; Canterbury Club 1, 2, 3, 4. 





ANDREW T. NILSSON 
Woodstock, Maryland 
B.A., Spanish 

Washington Players 2, 3, 4; 
Captain 2, 3, 4; M.V.P. 2, 
Omicron Delta Kappa 4. 



Varsity Cross Country 1, 
3; Varsity Track 1, 2, 4; 



ROBERT O'BRIEN 

Silver Spring, Maryland 

B.A., Psychology 

Washington Players 3, 4; Newman Club 1, 2; Varsity 

Soccer 1, 2; Baseball 1; Intramurals 2; Dean's List 3. 



MARY ETHEL PAPPAS 

Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., Mathematics 
Alpha Chi Omega, Secretary 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 3, 
Vice President 3; Washington Players 3; S.EA. 3, 4; 
Women's Residence Association 1, 2, 3, President 4; 
Who's Who 4. 







SHIRLEY DALE PATTERSON 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.S., Chemistry 

Chorus 2, 4; Society of Sciences 2, 3, President 4; 

Women's Residence Association 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1; 

Dean's List 4; Who's Who 4. 



MARGARET E. PAUGH 
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 
B.A., French 

Zeta Tan Alpha, Treasurer 3, Vice President 4; Canter- 
bury Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court 
4; Lambda Chi Alpha Crescent Girl 2. 



CHARLES K. PAXSON 

Atlantic City, New Jersey 
B.A., Mathematics 
Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 




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ROBERT F. PRITZLAFF, JR. 

Huntington, New York 
B.A., Economics 
Theta Chi President 4; Inter- Fraternity Council 3; La- 
crosse 1, 2, Captain 3, 4; All Maryland 3, 4; All Ameri- 
can 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 





BARBARA J. RAYNES 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., History 

Alpha Omicron Pi President 4; Pan-Hellenic Council 4; 
PEGASUS 1, 4; Wesley Foundation 1, Treasurer 2; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GEORGE A. REDDISH 

Denton, Maryland 

B.A., Psychology 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Track 2, 3, 4; Soccer 3, Varsity 

Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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HENRY D. RODEN 

New York, New York 

B.A., Economics 

Theta Chi; Lacrosse 1, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



DONALD C. ROSENBERG 

New Haven, Connecticut 
B.A., Economics 





DAVID E. SCANLAN 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.S., Biology 

ELM; Washington Chorus 3, 4; Society of Sciences 4; 

Wesley Foundation 4; Fencing Club 3, 4. 



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DIANA A. SCOTT 

Berwyn, Pennsylvania 

B.A., Psychology 

Alpha Chi Omega; PEGASUS 3, 4; Washington Players 

3, 4; Canterbury Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



PATRICK C. SEELEY 

Lanham, Maryland 

B.A., English 

Theta Chi; Newman Club 1; 

Dean's List 1. 



Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 




JOHN T. SHANAHAN 

St. Michaels, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Kappa Alpha Order; Soccer 2, 3; Baseball 2; Varsity 

Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



GLEN R. SHIP WAY 

Cumberland, Maryland 

B.A., Mathematics 

Lambda Chi Alpha Vice President 2; Basketball 1, 2, 4, 

Co-Captain 3; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Soccer 4; Varsity 

Club; Omicron Delta Kappa 3, 4; Dean's List 2, 4. 




CHARLES E. SPARKS 
Centreville, Maryland 
B.A., History 

Kappa Alpha Order; S.GA. 1, 2, 3; S.EA. 3, 4; Base- 
ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 



LAWRENCE J. SPECTOR 

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 

B.S., Biology 

Phi Sigma Kappa Secretary; Inter-Fraternity Council; 

Jewish Student Fellowship 1; Soccer 1, Intramurals. 





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LIDA M. SPRAGUE 
Hudson, Ohio 
B.A., English 

Alpha Chi Omega Secretary 2, 3; Washington Chorus 1, 
2, 3, 4; International Relations Club 2; S.E.A. 3, 4; Can- 
terbury Club 1, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 3; Intra- 
murals 1. 



DAVID E. STEVENS 

Elkton, Maryland 

B.S., Biology 

Lambda Chi Alpha Secretary 2, 3; Inter-Fraternity 

Council; Washington Chorus 1, 2; Society of Sciences 4; 

Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 



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WILLIAM A. TANNER 
Severn Park, Maryland 
B.S., Physics 



JAMES H. TAWES 

Crisfield, Maryland 

B.A., Psychology 

Lambda Chi Alpha Treasurer 3; ELM 2; PEGASUS 

Photography Editor 4; Baseball 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 

4. 





SUE L. THELIN 
Cheshire, Connecticut 
B.A., Philosophy 

Alpha Chi Omega Secretary 3, Second Vice President 4; 
Washington Players 1, 2, 3, 4; Women's Residence Asso- 
ciation 3, Secretary 4; Washington Chorus 1, 2; William 
James Forum 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Who's Who 
4. 



M. JEAN THOMAS 
Chester, Pennsylvania 
B.A., French 
Zeta Tau Alpha; PEGASUS 3; Washington Players 2, 3, 
4; Washington Chorus 1; Canterbury Club 1, 2; Intra- 
murals 1. 







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HENRY J. TRAURIG 
Elkton, Maryland 
B.A., Sociology 



KAREN A. TUCCIARONE 

Stratford. Connecticut 

B.A., Political Science 

Alpha Omicron Pi Corresponding Secretary 4; Class 

Secretary 2; Class Treasurer 3, 4; PEGASUS 1, 4; 

S.E.A. 4; Intramurals 1, 2. 



ROBERT C. WARMER 

Toms River, New Jersey 

B.A., Economics 

Lambda Chi Alpha President 2; Inter-Fraternity Council 

Secretary 3; S.G.A. 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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FREDERICK B. WEISS 

Baltimore, Maryland 

B.A., Economics 

Kappa Alpha Order Treasurer 2, 3, Vice President 4; 

Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4; Lacrosse 1, 2, 3, 4; All American 

Lacrosse 2; Most Improved Lacrosse Player 2; Varsity 

Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Wesley Foundation 

1, Treasurer 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, 4. 



REXFORD L. WELCH 

Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 

B.A., Sociology 

Theta Chi; Canterbury Club; Track 2; Lacrosse 3; 

tramurals 2, 3, 4. 



Zeta Tan Alpha; Intramurals 2, 4. 



ELIZABETH WELLS 

Augusta, Maine 
B.A., History 




WILLIAM F. WILKINSON 
Baltimore, Maryland 
B.A., Political Science 
Washington Chorus 1; Young Democrats Secretary 3, 
President 4; Young Citizens for lohnson Campus Chair- 
man 4; Washington Forum 3, 4; International Relations 
Club 3, 4; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 





DOUGLAS B. WILLIAMS 

Setauket, New York 
B.S., Physics 

Lambda Chi Alpha; Wesley Foundation 1, 2, Vice Pres- 
ident 3, President 4; Lacrosse 1. 



JANICE E. WILMER 

Bryans Road, Maryland 

B.A., Psychology 

Alpha Omicron Pi; PEGASUS 4; S.E.A. 3, Secretary 4; 

Canterbury Club 1, 2, Treasurer 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 

3, 4; Dean's List 4. 



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KATHERINE YODER 

Westfield, New Jersey 

B.A., Spanish 

Alpha Chi Omega; ELM 2; S.G.A. Recording Secretary 

2, 3; Literary Society 4; Washington Players 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Washington Chorus 1; International Relations Club 1, 2, 

3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



SENIOR CLASS 
OFFICERS 



Ozzie Hodges — president; Jerry Jenkins — vice-president; Barbara Coles — secretary; Karen 
Tucciarone — treasurer 




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GRADUATION 



Graduation exercises were held 
for the class of '65 on June 6, 
1965. Addressing the graduates 
Lammot DuPont Copeland, presi- 
dent of the E. J. DuPont De Ne- 
mours and Company. Mr. Cope- 
land received the Honorary de- 
gree, Doctor of Humanities from 
Washington College. The invoca- 
tion and benediction were deliv- 
ered by the Reverend Laurence J. 
McGinley, S.J., former rector and 
president of Fordham University. 
Diplomas and various awards 
were presented to the seniors. 





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A day of festivities — proud parents — and words of congratulations. 




JUNIORS 



. . . posing . . . talking . . . hard 
at work . . . or just browsing. 




Hurley Cox — president: Pat Simonson — vice-president; Pat Bittinger — secretary; Cheryl 
Erlach — treasurer 



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SOPHOMORES 



. on campus ... in 
class . . . lounging. 




Joe Coale — president; Judy Reynolds — secretary; Judy Richter — treasurer 





Vice-president Marty Smith discusses class 
problems with sophomore president. 






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FRESHMEN 




Richard Jackson — president; Lynn Margolius — vice-president; Judy 
Steele — secretary; Betty Murray — treasurer 







at the freshman tea and waiting 
in line at Hodson Hall . . . 





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. . . freshmen at meals ... in the book- 
store . . . getting their laundry . . . 





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and freshmen in their dorms. 



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ZXIIK. . . TRADITIONAL GREEK 



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RICHARD P CHECKET JEFFREY P WILLIAMSON ALMON C.BARRELL 



DONALD B.MILLER JON M TOPODAS RICHARD A. WE ISER 



WILLIAM R THOMPSON DAVID L ROSEN GARY K.VAUGHAN DONALD J ZIMMET 




THOMAS FORD DAVID T MORELAND ROBERT C SCHNACKEL 



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Phi Sig Pledges. 




Phi Sig campus leader. 



Togetherness. 




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Theta Chi Pledges. 



After dinner line-up. 



Oh, no! He's got the Old Maid! 




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JUDITH D HEATH JUDITH L ROBERTS JEAN C STERL 



RlCIA HERVEY GLOR 



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Alpha Chi Sweetheart, Pete Kares. 



Pledges 




Alpha Chi's contribution to Who's Who, 
Sue Thelin and Mary Ethel Pappas. 





106 




Four smiling AOPi's. 



AOPi Sweetheart, Glen Shipway, 
and pin-mate, Linda Bauman. 




AOPi Pledges. 




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Zeta Sweetheart, Doug Roden, 
and president, Carolyn Gartrell. 




Zeta Pledges. 



Zetas at their Christmas dance. 





Fraternity presidents: Frank Durkee, Russ Cook, Dick Natwick, Butch Dell 



GREEK INFORMALS 



"How in the world can she walk in those Levis?" 



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"That'll teach you to wear socks!'' 



President of IFC. Bill Gutman, and Theta Chi 
representative John Coker. 



AOPi pin-up. 





. . . GROUP ACTIVITY AND LEADERSHIP 

. . . THE GAVEL 



ORGANIZATIONS 



PASSES FROM HAND TO HAND . . . 




SGA president. Bob Eisenbud. 



STUDENT 

GOVERNMENT 

ASSOCIATION 



Reorganized in the fall, the SGA increased the number of senators 
and women representatives by having members elected from the resi- 
dence halls. This also increased contact between the SGA and the 
student body. 

Throughout the year, the SGA has sponsored mixers, Homecom- 
ing, bus trips, and concerts. It financed campus organizations, and 
gave a scholarship to the college. 

The SGA also discussed and investigated the health service, the 
liquor problem, women's residence hours, and orientation week. 



SGA representatives. 





SGA Christmas party for children in Chestertown. 




Newly elected president, John Segal. 




SGA officers: Bob Eisenbud — president; Ben Troutman — 

vice-president; Vickie Hoagland — secretary; Steve 

Harper — treasurer 



The SGA hard at work. 







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HOUSE 
COUNCIL 





Social chairmen: Sally Henderson and Sylvia Ayers. 



Officers: Mary Ethel Pappas — president; Mary Anne 
Davidson — vice-president; Sue Thelin — secretary 



House Council representatives. 



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ODK 



Students with outstanding achievement in the follow- 
ing fields are considered for membership in ODK: 
scholarship, athletics, student government, social and 
religious affairs, and publications. The 1964-65 roster 
includes: 

John Conkling 

Ronald Brannock 

Andrew Nilsson 

Nicholas DeStefano 

Michael Travieso 

Steve Harper 

Charles Engstrom 

Oswald Hodges 

Glen Shipway 

Thomas Finnegan 




The ODK emblem. 




Ermon Foster and Donald Chatellier are 
the advisors for ODK. 



Three newly elected members. 






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Editor-in-chief, Susan Stant. 



PEGASUS 

STAFF 

Editor-in-chief Susan Stant 

Assistant Editor Linda Middlestadt 

Advertising Manager Cheryl Erlach 

Photography Editor Jim Tawes 

Business Manager Frazer Jones 

Class Editors Barbara Guman 

Par Deschere 

Greek Editor Carole Faherty 

Features Editor Barbara Daly 

Organizations Editor Marilyn Myers 

Sports Editors Doris Abel 

Tim McMahon 

Art Editor Linda Bauman 

Publicity Manager Betsy Gill 



The PEGASUS staff. 



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Photographer hard at work. 




I Assistant Editor, Linda Middlestadt. 




Cheryl and Frazer discuss finances. 



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WILLIAM 
JAMES 
FORUM 



Newly elected president, Jane Clapper discusses 
new plans with Chip Lewis. 



Forum members. 




SKI CLUB 




Practicing on the slopes of Chestertown. 



LITERARY SOCIETY 



Editor, G. McKelvey, and staff. 




ELM 



The Elm staff. 




Judy and Nick check copy for the paper. 




STAFF 

Editor-in-chief John A. Conkling 

News Editor Tim McMahon 

Features Editor Thomas Lacher 

Sports Editor Michael J. Travieso 

Copy Editor Sandra Murray 

Business Manager Frank Durkee 

Advertising Manager Tom Finnegan 




John Conkling, Editor-in-chief. 



Jeanette Shipway, Sandy Murray, Mike Travieso, and John Conkling. 




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Officers: Bonny Schilling — president; Kay Mullikin, 
Nena O'Lear, Deirdre Brewer, Carolyn Cridler 



Chorus director, Dr. Harder. 




CHORUS 




The Chorus in an assembly preview. 



Under the direction of Dr. Robert Harder, the 
1964-65 Chorus expanded to over 100 members. 
With nearly this number, the Chorus gave its an- 
nual Christmas concert, demonstrating an in- 
creased skill at singing difficult music. However, 
membership declined steadily during the second 
semester until eventually the group was dis- 
banded. 

The high quality of work that was done during 
the first semester shows that Washington College 
can have a chorus equal to those of large univer- 
sities. The PEGASUS hopes that next year an 
equally enthusiastic turn-out will participate in 
both semesters of Chorus activities. 



The annual Chorus concert, held in Russell. 




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"Koochey-koochey-koo." 

PLAYERS 

Barbara Presson President 

Tanya Eberstein Secretary 

Gerald McKelvey Treasurer 




"But he's GOT to marry me!' 



This group doesn't need a script. 



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CANTERBURY 
CLUB 

Ellen Benson President 

Tom Lacher Vice-President 

Sally Henderson Secretary 

Eileen Wilmer Treasurer 

NEWMAN 
CLUB 

Richard Carrington President 

Miriam Huebschman Vice-President 

Eileen Altobell Secretary 

Judy Reynolds Treasurer 




Members of the Canterbury Club. 



Members of the Newman Club. 





STUDENT 

EDUCATION 

ASSOCIATION 



Mary Wills President 

John Flynn Vice-President 

Eileen Wilmer Secretary 

Eileen Altobell Treasurer 



Advisor, Dr. William Hoffman, and SEA members. 




YOUNG 
DEMOCRATS 





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Newly elected members of Who's Who received 
awards at spring convocation. 



WHO'S WHO 




MEMBERS: 

Ronald Brannock 
John Conkling 
Steve Harper 
Oswald Hodges 
Pamela Kaminsky 
Mary Ethel Pappas 
Dale Patterson 
Sue Thelin 






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. . . TRADITIONAL ACTIVITIES AT 
WASHINGTON COLLEGE . . . 



FEATURES 



WITH ACTORS ALWAYS CHANGING . . . 




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Homecoming celebrations began Friday night with a 
bonfire and a pep rally. SGA president Bob Eisenbud 
crowned the 1964 queen, Pam Kaminsky, who then 
assisted team captain Ozzie Hodges in burning 
Lycoming in effigy. From here the night's activities 
moved to Hodson Hall and a folk concert featuring 
Judy Collins. Alumni were welcomed on campus 
Saturday with the Homecoming Parade. Kappa Alpha 
fraternity took first place in the float competition. The 
Sho'men emerged from the Lycoming game with a 5-0 
victory, gaining first place in the northern division of 
the Mason-Dixon Conference. Spirits continued high as 
"Little Anthony and the Imperials" played to the 
"Bourbon Street" theme of the 1964 Homecoming 
Dance. 



HOMECOMING 







Terry Cox 



Karen Willett 



Neil Evans 



Janet Geelan 



Homecoming Queen, Pam Kaminsky 





Pat Simonson 





Queen and Attendants: Mary Ann Davidson, Barbara Guman 



Pat Rebar 



Beverly Cross 



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Winning independent skit by the junior class. 



STUNT 
NIGHT 




Lambda Chi Indians. 



Zeta skit. 






Kent House's modern dance skit. 



Alpha Chi's "Great Green Pickle.' 



Winning sorority skit, AOPi's "Washington College Hymn.' 





Freshmen try their hand at Stunt Night. 




Theta Chi wins in the fraternity division with "Super-Dean.' 




THE INFERNAL 
MACHINE 





IT IS SO, 
IF YOU 
THINK SO 




WASHINGTON'S 
BIRTHDAY 



Parents' Day was combined with George 
Washington's birthday this year to make a week- 
end of festivities. The activities began on Friday 
with a parents' committee meeting and an honors 
dinner. 

On Saturday the faculty were in their offices 
for interviews with parents. At 2:30 the Washing- 
ton's Birthday Convocation was held in Russel 
Gymnasium. Following his address, the speaker, 
Fred M. Hechinger, author and education editor 
of The New York Times, received an honorary 
Doctor of Humane Letters from President Gib- 
son. After the convocation, the Parents' Associa- 
tion held its annual meeting and a reception was 
given at Hynson Lounge. That night the Morgan 
Baer orchestra and Hook Smith and his orchestra 
entertained at the first Washington's Birthday 
Ball. 

The weekend concluded with the Washington- 
Loyola basketball game on Sunday. 




Ermon Foster with the mace leads the processional at the convocation. 




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The Washington College Chorus under the direction of Dr. Robert 
Harder sings at convocation. 





Dr. An, Dr. Smith, and Dean Kirkwood 

at the president's reception. 







A statue of George Washington overlooks the 
Washington's Birthday Ball. 




CONCERTS 

AND 

COFFEE HOURS 



Each year Washington College 
and the citizens of Chestertown 
sponsor college-community con- 
certs which are both an academic 
and a town enterprise. The pur- 
pose of the program is to bring to 
the community the finest artists 
obtainable at the lowest price pos- 
sible. The sororities and frater- 
nities have also been active in 
bringing various groups and 
singers to the campus. 





ART SHOWS 
. . . CARD PARTIES 
. . . MIXERS 







PICNICS . . 







. . . ONE SEASON BEHIND US . . . ANOTHER 

BEFORE US . . .1 






SPORTS 



ANTICIPATION OF VICTORY AND SPIRIT . . 




Soccer coach. Ed Athey 



SOCCER 



The 1964-65 soccer team ended the season 
with one of the most outstanding records ever 
established at Washington College. Under the ex- 
pert direction of Coach Ed Athey, the boys of the 
maroon and black outscored their opponents 41 
goals to 1 1 , resulting in an overall season of 1 1 
wins and 1 loss. The Sho'men captured the top 
spot in the Mason-Dixon Northern Division with 
a 6-0 record, and went on to take the Mason- 
Dixon Championship by defeating Roanoke Col- 
lege with a score of 3-1. Adding to this list of 
credits, the WC soccer team placed second in the 
Middle Atlantic Conference with a record of 6 
wins and 1 loss. Bruce Jaeger and Jerry Jenkins 
were named to the Mason-Dixon Conference first 
team, while Al Eisel and Ozzie Hodges were 
named to the second team. Jaeger, Jenkins, Eisel, 
Hodges, and Rudolph were named to the All 
South All American Squad. 








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. . . and after the game. 





Coach Athey and team captains, 
Bruce Jaeger and Ozzie Hodges. 



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Towson 




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Lycoming 

Loyola 
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Wagner 

Johns Hopkins 

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Dave Cohn, Ben Whitman, Marty Smith, Dave Lane, Paul Hubis, Andy Nilsson 



CROSS COUNTRY 



The 1964-65 Cross Country team did not have an impressive win-loss record, 
but it did take fourth place in the Loyola Invitational Meet and eleventh place in 
the Mason-Dixon Conference. Many of the team members were newcomers to the 
squad and through the experience they gained this season, the future prospects 
look optimistic. 




Start off. 



BASKETBALL 



Compiling an overall win-loss record 
of 5-12, the Washington College 1964- 
1965 basketball team placed seventh in 
the Northern Division of the Mason- 
Dixon Conference, and had a 3-5 Middle 
Atlantic Conference record. 

Under the direction of Coach Ron 
Sisk, the Sho'men played many close 
games throughout the season and totalled 
up many points. However, the offensive 
attack of the Sho'men definitely over- 
powered their defensive ability, and this 
was the cause of many of the season's 
losses. 

Two of the 1964-1965 basketball team 
members, Rich Carrell and Tom Finne- 
gan, burned the nets to hit the 1000 
point mark of their careers this year. 
Tom was also named to the Mason- 
Dixon Conference first team, received 
Honorable Mention to the A.P. Little 
College All Americans, and was named 
the team's Most Valuable Player. 




Basketball coach, Ron Sisk 



Managers, Terry Collins and George Bailey 








T. Finnegan 



G. Shipway 



R. Carrell 







A. Eisel 



J. Ripper 



J. Sloan 



W. Yoeckel 







M. Smith 



A. Perry 



D. Moreland 



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Tom Finnegan receives from Coach Sisk the basket- 
ball commemorating his 1000th point. 



Senior basketball players: Carrell, Shipway, and Finnegan. 



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Opponent 


113 


Dickinson 


117 


106 


Salisbury State 


77 


77 


Western Md. 


78 


94 


Lycoming 


91 


94 


Lebanon Valley 


92 


87 


Wagner 


124 


76 


Catholic U. 


109 


102 


Johns Hopkins 


87 


99 


Loyola 


114 


75 


Bridgewater 


86 


79 


Hampden Sydney 


107 


88 


Swarthmore 


98 


114 


Gallaudel 


112 


79 


Mt. St. Mary's 


107 


88 


Towson 


97 


96 


Loyola 


104 


85 


F&M 


92 



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John Clifton, Dave Cohn, Paul Hubis, Dennis Lane, Ben Whitman, Coach Chatellier. 



TRACK 




168 





Marty Smith 



Coach Don Chatellier's 1965 track 
team had an average win-loss record of 3- 
5, but in the "record breaking time" area 
the "Cinder-men" made an outstanding 
contribution. In the Penn Relays W.C. 
placed fifth in the "Pop" Haddleton Mile 
Relay. At the Mason-Dixon Conference 
Relays the track team took two second 
places (480 Shuttle Hurdle, and Sprint 
Medley), a third (880 relay), and two 
fourth places (4 mile relay, and one mile 
relay). At the Middle Atlantic Confer- 
ence Championship Relays, the Sho'men 
broke two school records and equalled 
one. Ben Whitman captured the Frosh 
Mile title and broke the school record 
(4:36.4). Marty Smith was the number 
two man in the 880, also breaking a 
school record (1:58.4). Vance Straus- 
burg equalled the school record for the 
120 HH (14.9) and took a third place. 
For his excellent season on the track, 
Vance was selected MVP. 

Ben Whitman 




Tim Bohaker 




Vance Strausburg 






MHB^ ^ B73P3r ■ 





Torn Finnegan 



BASEBALL 



Coach Ron Sisk's baseball team finished the 1965 
season with an overall record of 6 wins and 7 losses. 
The team had a Mason-Dixon Conference record of 5 
wins and 3 losses, and a Middle Atlantic record of 2 
wins and 5 losses. Highlights of the season were the 
batting averages of Al Eisel (.311) and Bill Bates' 
outstanding pitching record of 5 wins and 2 losses. Bill 
also compiled an Earned-Run average of .833 and was 
credited with striking out 93 batters in 54 innings. 








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Al Eisel 






Dick Natwick 





Dave Dennis, Phil Figan, Lane Rousseaux 




UWOJ 



Dick Carrington 



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Bob Vanderclock 



Phil Larson 





Dick Jackson 



Jon Topodas 




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Al Perry 



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Washington 



1 

3 



Bridgewater 
Western Md. 

PMI 

Swarthmore 

F&M 

Towson 

Susquehanna 

Catholic U. 

Johns Hopkins 

Mt. St. Marys 

Loyola 



Opponent 

4 
2 
4 
2 
2 

7 
2 
1 
3 







TENNIS 



The 1965 tennis team, under the direction of Coach 
Ed Athey, finished the season with a rather good win- 
loss record of 6-5. The W. C. "Net-Men" also placed 
third in the Northern Division of the Mason Dixon 
Conference. 



Washington 


Opponent 


Elizabethtown 


2 


8 Stevens Institute 


1 


Delaware 


9 


3 Towson 


6 


5 Susquehanna 


4 


6 Catholic University 


3 


3 Johns Hopkins 


6 


5 Mt. St. Mary's 


4 


1 Loyola 


8 


3 American University 


6 


9 P.M.C. 







Ron Brannock, captain 




Bill Harrington, co-captain 




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INTRAMURALS 




Sophomore Class, Intramural Soccer Champs. 



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Lacrosse captain, Bruce Jaeger 



On the bench 





LACROSSE 



Lacrosse captain, Jay Dove 





J. Jenkins 





Coach Don Kelly led his 1965 lacrosse team to an- 
other victorious season with an overall record of 7 wins 
and 5 losses. For the second consecutive year the 
Sho'men lacrosse team captured the Strobhar Division 
Championship of U.S.I.L.A. 

Picked as the outstanding seniors of the team, Jay 
Dove, Fred Weiss, and Ozzie Hodges represented 
Washington College in the North-South lacrosse game, 
while Mr. Kelly was selected assistant coach of the All 
South team. 



F. Weiss 




H. Harrison 



O. Hoages 



P. Magee 



J. Boddie 






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D. Svec 



C. Hankey 







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B. Griffin 



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1 




P. Rudolph 




H. Cox 




Washi 


ngton 


Opponent 


12 


Wesleyan 


7 


9 


U. of Virginia 


16 


8 


Brown 


9 


13 


Loyola 


7 


8 


Johns Hopkins 


13 


17 


Towson 





8 


Swarthmore 


6 


1 


Navy 


22 


12 


Washington & Lee 


4 


15 


Hofstra 


4 


16 


Delaware 


4 


5 


Army 


15 




J. 


Matheney 




R. Louck 




J. Gadsby 





J. Chalfant 




D. Rosen 




D. Zimmet 




R. Cockey 




T. Ford 






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M. Kelly 






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Vince Bachetta (WC'50) presents soccer MVP award to Bruce Jaeger. 



ATHLETIC 




Joe Thompson (WC'59) presents cross country MVP award to Marty Smith. 




Harry Russell (WC'26) presents basketball MVP award to Tom Finnegan. 



Dr. Joseph McLain presents the 1965 Athletic Council Award to Terry ' 

Collins. 



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BANQUET 



George Hanst (WC'56) presents tennis MVP award to Ron Brannock. 








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John Santulli (WC'53) presents baseball MVP award to Bill Bates. 




Eddie Leonard (WC'51) presents lacrosse MVP award to Bruce Jaeger. 




James Twilley (WC'51) presents track MVP award to Vance 
Strausburg. 



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- 

Miss Doris Bell 

Director of Girls' Physical Education 



GIRLS SPORTS 



Miss Doris Bell, Director of Girls Physical Educa- 
tion at Washington College, resigned this year to be- 
come All Women's Residence Director. The members 
of G.I.A.A. wish to express their appreciation and 
thanks to her for all that she has done to improve the 
girls sports program at W.C. 



Girls' Intramural Athletic Association 





Volley Ball Champs, Alpha Chi Omega 



Many strong basketball teams vied for the 
championship this year, but the trophy went un- 
questionably to the undefeated Alpha Chi Omega 
team, who ended the season with a 6-0 win-loss 
record. The Alpha Chi's were also successful in 
capturing the volleyball trophy with a 7-1 record. 



Volley Ball Honorary Varsity 








1965 Honorary Varsity Basketball Team. 



Alpha Chi Basketball Team. 

Beth Mumford, G.I.A.A. president, presents the 1965 basketball trophy to Cheryl Erlach, 

captain of the team. 





Linda Middlestadt, Badminton Singles Champ for three 
consecutive years. 




MOST VALUABLE PLAYERS 
Cheryl Erlach— Basketball 
Beth Mumford — Volleyball 



Cheerleaders 




ADVERTISEMENTS 



COLLEGE 


HEIGHTS 


SUB 


SHOP 


Pizza — Subs — 


- Steak Sandwiches 


Spaghetti - 


— Cold Cuts 


Phone: 


778-2671 



PARK 

RUG & DRY CLEANERS 

CORPORATION 



Chestertown 



Phone: 778-3181 



CHESTERTOWN 

ELECTRIC LIGHT 

AND POWER COMPANY 



Chestertown, Maryland 



THE 

CHESTERTOWN BANK 

OF MARYLAND 

Chestertown — Church Hill — Galena 
Member FDIC 




A view of Bill Smith from Hodson Hall. 



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WASHINGTON COLLEGE 
BOOKSTORE 

HODSON HALL 

Bookstore Hours: 

Monday - Friday 8:30- 5:00 P.M. 

Saturday 8:30-12.00 Noon 

Exceptions: 

Hours during student vacations — 

8:30-5:00 P.M. 
Closed on Saturdays 
Summer Hours— 8:30-4:00 P.M. 
Closed on Saturdays 



LOMBARDO'S SUB SHOP 

Est. 1953 

"Where the Food you eat, 
Is always a treat; 
For its quality and taste 
Just can't be beat." 



MARYLAND NATIONAL 
BANK 

. . . does so much for so many people 

74 Offices 

Serving the Baltimore-Washington Region, the 
Eastern Shore, Southern, and Western Maryland. 

Two local offices in Chestertown to serve you 
better. 



BETA OMEGA CHAPTER 

KAPPA ALPHA ORDER 

Extends best wishes 
to its graduating Seniors 

Ron Brannock 
Bob Jacobs 
Frazer Jones 
Jack Shannahan 
Charlie Sparks 
Fred Weiss 

and to the Class of 1965. 



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Washington College's new bookstore, located in the basement of Hodson Hall. 



191 



HOPKINS SALES CO. 

Paper Products and Janitor Supplies 

Easton, Md. — Phone 822-31 21 

Philip J. Hopkins H. Cameron Hopkins 

Best Wishes To 
Washington College 

And The 
Entire Student Body 



Compliments of 

The Owners 

of 

Fox's 

The Yardstick 

The Family Shoe Store 



THE COCA-COLA 
BOTTLING COMPANY 



Easton 



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J. C. ROBINSON COMPANY 

Packers and Distributors of Quality Foods 

21 1 East Pleasant Street 

Baltimore 2, Maryland 

Phone: MUlberry 5-5388 




Washington College Dining Hall. 




Inside view. 



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TASTEE FREEZE 

Milkshakes • Sodas 
Cones • Sandwiches 

Open Daily until 12 P.M. 
Chestertown, Md. 



Compliments of 

THE 

WASHINGTON COLLEGE 

SNACK BAR 



Mrs. Ruth Dickinson, 
Proprietor 



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Congratulations from 

BETA PI CHAPTER 

of 

ALPHA CHI OMEGA 

to its graduating seniors 
and the Class of 1965 



Compliments of 



THE PEOPLES BANK 



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Chestertown 



Toack Hall 







FRANK- RUSSELL G/lyfj^ffj|§ 




Cheering the team to victory. 



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Coiigraitu&itlond 




Harris &Ewin 



CHESTER MOTEL 

Route 213, Two Miles South of Chestertown, Md. 



Clean 
Television 



Comfortable 
Air Conditioned 



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THE GRANARY 

Georgetown, Maryland 
Famous for Steaks — Seafood — Cocktails 



Congratulations to the 
CLASS of 1965 

ALPHA OMICRON PI 

SIGMA TAU CHAPTER 




"George" 



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DON KELLY 
CHEVROLET-BUICK, INC. 

Telephone 301—778-1922 
CHESTERTOWN, MD. 



STAM 
DRUG COMPANY 

IN THE BLOCK WITH THE TOWN CLOCK 



215 E. High Street 

Chestertown, Maryland 

Phone 778-3030 



GmiOdt 



LODGE AND YACHT CLUB 

Open the Year 'Round 

Cordially invites parents — friends and students 
of Washington College to utilize our facilities 
during their stay in Chestertown. 



Here you'll enjoy air conditioned 
rooms — a beautiful 18 hole golf 
course — miniature golf — temper- 
ature controlled swimming pool 
— fishing — hunting — power and 
sail boating — skeet and trap 
range — modern marina for 85 
yachts — wonderful cuisine and 
choice of cocktail lounges — 
musical bar — entertainment 
nightly. 



For information 

& Reservations call 

GREAT OAK CLUB 

Chestertown, Maryland 

301-778-2100 




BUSINESS PATRONS 

E. S. ADKINS & COMPANY 

ANTHONY'S FLOWERS 

CHESTERTOWN PHARMACY 

RAY COLE — YOUR INSURANCE MAN 

COMPLETE COIN COMPANY 

DON T. FALLS, JR. — SALES AND SERVICE 

THE KITTY KNIGHT HOUSE 

E. H. KOESTER BAKERY COMPANY 

THE MIDDLESTADT MACHINE COMPANY 

MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF KENT COUNTY 

OZMAN'S INC. — PONTIAC AND JEEP 

QUEEN ANNE'S BOWLING LANES 

MELVIN J. SHEFFER, INC. 

GAMMA BETA CHAPTER, ZETA TAU ALPHA 
WCTR 



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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Amos 

Mr. and Mrs. Ormond L. Andrew 

Ormond L. Andrew, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Andrews 

Mr. and Mrs. R. Autenrieth 

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Baily 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Bauder 

Carl J. Baumgartner, M.D. 

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Becker 

Earl S. Bittinger 

Major Donald C. Blatt 

Somers Blevins 

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bragg 

Leroy A. Brandt 

Maj. Gen. John W. Carpenter III 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caruso 

Samuel P. Clapper 

Curtis H. Clement 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion L. Clough 

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Coch 

Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cohen 

Paul N. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Collins 

Mr. and Mrs. John Conkling 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Kenneth Daly 

Mr. and Mrs. W. Robert Davis 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Deschere 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Dressel 

"Two Broke Parents" 

Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Harry E. Eaton 

Daniel Eberstein 

Nancy Eichert 

Dr. and Mrs. Leon Eisenbud 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Elmer 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Eltzroth 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Erlach 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Evans 

Joseph N. Fineberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Flynn 

Eric M. Gadsby 

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Galloway 

Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Gill 

Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Grant 

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Greene 

A. W. Grover 

Mr. and Mrs. George Guman 

Mr. and Mrs. George Gutman 

Mr. and Mrs. Phillip R. Harper 



Mr. and Mrs. Edgar R. Harrington 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Norris Harrison 

Mr. and Mrs. George L. Hart 

Herbert Harwood 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor F. Hasenoehrl 

Naomi Henehan 

Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hervey 

Jack R. Hess 

Dr. and Mrs. Emil Hornick 

Captain and Mrs. Horace C. 

Jefferson 
Mr. and Mrs. Ira F. Jones 
Mr. A. B. Kaper 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Kaplan 
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Kengeter 
Mr. and Mrs. John J. Killen 
Murray Kipnes 
Duncan Kreamer 
Verlene Kroe 
Frederick J. Lanceley, Jr. 
Councellor and Mrs. Nicholas J. 

LaRocca 
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Law 
Albert I. Levinson 
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lewis 
John A. MacKillop, M.D. 
David McCargo 
Mrs. Gerald C. McKelvey 
J. Evans McKinney 
J. McWhirter 
F. R. Margolius 
George E. Markell 
Joseph Marrus 
Robert R. Marshall 
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Middlestadt 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Miller 
Henry G. Morgan 
Mrs. Joseph Todd Mulvenny 
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Murphy 
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Murray, Jr. 
R. L. Natwick 
Carl E. Ortman 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Pappas 
Theodore F. Parker 
E. Ross Pearce 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Perdue 
Arcadio J. Pujol, M.D. 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Raynes 



Henry W. Roden 

Mr. and Mrs. William M. D. Roe 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. 

Rothenhoefer 
Mr. and Mrs. Michel Rousseau 
Fred M. Sanborn 
Mr. and Mrs. K. M. Saunders 
Fred Scheulen 
Leonard G. Schrader, Jr. 
Jay Schwartz 

Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Schwartz 
Mrs. Norman Shannahan, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Simpson 
Susan H. Smith 
Joseph D. Spector 
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stant 
J. Arthur Stein 
Lt. Col. Eugene B. Sterling 
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Stirling 
William C. Stirling 
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Strausberg 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Sutton 
K. A. Swanstrom 
Noel J. t'Kint de Roodenbeke 
William W. Townsend, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Kurt E. Traub 
James H. Turner, Sr. 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Van Nostrand 
Ruth C. Van Gulden 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Vaughn 
Mr. and Mrs. George R. Walbert 
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin W. Walker 
Mr. and Mrs. William Warner 
Mr. and Mrs. Ross Weaver 
Mr. and Mrs. Norman H. 

Weidenhamer 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Weiss, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Myron J. Werba 
Frank S. Wetzel 
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. White, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wilson 
William E. Wilkinson 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Robert Wolfe 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wordtt 
Mr. and Mrs. William E. Wright 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Yoeckel 
Carl Zarro 



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STUDENT DIRECTORY 



AARONSON, PETER B. 

Oak Hill Lane, Woodbridge, Connecticut 
ABEL, DORIS L. 

4452 Scotia Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
ABRAMS, BONNIE R. 

Benson-East Apartments, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 
ACHORN, SUSAN K. 

406 Lakewood Drive, Milford, Delaware 
ADKINS, MERLE E. 

La Plata, Maryland 
AGNEW, BARBARA F. 

246 Valley Road, Montclair, New lersey 
ALTOBELL, EILEEN C. 

13 Cherry Street, Massapequa, New York 
AMBROSE, GEORGE C. 

41 Summit Avenue, Thurmont, Maryland 
AMOS, CHARLES A. 

PO Box 81, Bel Air, Maryland 
ANDERSON, CHERRY 

28 Idlewild Street, Bel Air, Maryland 
ANDREWS, IULIE S. 

26 Grove Street, Madison, New lersey 
ATHEY, EDWARD M. 

Byford Heights, Charlestown, Maryland 
AUTENRIETH, RONALD P. 

2 Eton Drive, North Caldwell, New Jersey 
AYERS, SYLVIA 

90 Wellington Drive, Stamford, Connecticut 
BACSKAY, THOMAS J. 

501 Outlook Avenue, Colonia, New Jersey 
BAILEY, KATHERINE G. 

Quantico, Maryland 
BAILEY, KENNETH A. 

Colton Point, Maryland 
BAILEY, GEORGE B., JR. 

411 Lexington Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland 
BAKER, HARRY G. 

131 North 27th Street, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania 
BAKER, JUDITH S. 

1557 Briar Hill Road, Gladwyne, Pennsylvania 
BAKER, MARGARET A. 

917 Lutz Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
BAKER, PAMELA F. 

316 Worthington Road, Towson, Maryland 
BALLARD, SUSAN E. 

Route 4, Box 86A, Easton, Maryland 
BARKDOLL, JOHN H. 

323 South Main Street, Bel Air, Maryland 
BARKHURST, RODNEY C. 

Box 25B, Church Hill, Maryland 
BARNES, ANNE L. 

9609 Wadsworth Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 
BARNES, CATHY L. 

2134 Firethorn Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
BARRELL, ALMON C. 

5 Alden Place, Bronxville, New York 
BASGIER, PAULINE R. 

1922 Ellinwood Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
BATES, WILLIAM P. 

324 Chapman Road, Kingsville, Maryland 
BAUDER, JOHN F. 

60 Headley Place, Maplewood, New Jersey 
BAUER, FRANK G. 

RFD Box 196F, Easton, Maryland 
BAUER, NORMAN W. 

RFD Box 196F, Easton, Maryland 



BAUMAN, FREDERICK H. 

Chatham Col., Woodland Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
BAUMANN, LINDA J. 

1866 Loch Shiel Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
BAUMGARTNER, MARY C. 

615 Washington Street, Bismarck, North Dakota 
BAYLES, ALAN P. 

525 Beach 138th Street, Queens, New York 
BENNETT, ROBIN 

6 Cobalt Lane, Westbury, New York 
BENSON, ELLEN H. 

645 Lynn Shores Drive, Virginia Beach, Virginia 
BERGER, KAREN L. 

327 Broodmoor Road. Baltimore, Maryland 
BERRY, THOMAS H. 

1415 Suffolk Lane, Philadelphia 51, Pennsylvania 
BEVIER, CYNTHIA 

125 South State Road, Briarcliff Manor, New York 
BICKS, JEAN ARNOLD 

616 Laurel Road, Severna Park, Maryland 
BIDDLE, HENRY O. 

RD#4, Elkton, Maryland 
BIERLY, KAREN M. 

275 Woodside Drive, Woodside, California 
BITTINGER, PATRICIA A. 

124 N. Stephen Place, Hanover, Pennsylvania 
BLATT, DONNA M. 

Box 20, Picatinny Arsenal, Dover, New Jersey 
BLEVINS, MARY SUE 

Route #1, Westover, Maryland 
BLITZ, JEFFREY S. 

9 North Granville Avenue, Margate, New Jersey 
BLONK, ROBERT W. 

16 Liberty Road, Bernardsville, New Jersey 
BLOOM, JOHN M. 

16 Fairview Avenue, Frederick, Maryland 
BLOOM, LERENA S. 

Route #1, Box 31, Indian Head, Maryland 
BODDIE, JOHN B. 

4325 Leland Street, Chevy Chase, Maryland 
BOHAKER, TIMOTHY D. 

Carolina Street, Oxford, Maryland 
BORDEN, ELLIOTT M. 

1 Washington Drive, Ramsey, New Jersey 
BOYD, ALAN H. 

42 Beechwood Drive, Shrewsbury, New Jersey 
BOYKIN, ADA M.K. 

121 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland 
BRADSHAW, SUSAN E. 

43 Evergreen Avenue, Westport, Connecticut 
BRAGG, KAREN L. 

3411 Dunhaven Road, Dundalk, Maryland 
BRAINERD, ERWIN G., JR. 

Windham, Connecticut 
BRANDT, LINDA J. 

12 Margate Road, Lutherville, Maryland 
BRANNOCK, CAROL V. 

508 Gay Street, Cambridge, Maryland 
BRANNOCK, RONALD D. 

214 Virginia Avenue, Cambridge, Maryland 
BREWER, DEIRDRE 

491 Deer Park Avenue, Babylon, New York 
BREWSTER, LYNN 

1 Vista Avenue Extension, Bradford, Pennsylvania 
BRISTOW, NANCY C. 

2808 Brauernwood Avenue. Baltimore, Maryland 



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BROOKE. CAROLYN H. 

Thetford Center, Vermont 
BROWN. LINDA A. 

1 1 Orchard Road, Park Ridge. New Jersey 
BUCK. RICHARD J. 

RD #1. Port Deposit. Maryland 
BUCKINGHAM. ELLEN B. 

522 W. Montgomery Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
BUTLER, SHARON C. 

1808 Cromwood Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
CADES, JOANNA L. 

544 West Hortter Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
CAPEL, DAVID H. 

233Vi East Kent Street. Chestertown, Maryland 
CARNEY, SHARYN E. 

941 Elmridge Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
CARPENTER, JEAN M. 

448 Schley Road, Annapolis, Maryland 
CARRELL, RICHARD J. 

87 Lakeside Drive, Medford, New Jersey 
CARRINGTON, RICHARD J. 

508 East State Street. Granby, Massachusetts 
CARUSO, JOSEPH N. 

1418 Lower Road, Elizabeth, New Jersey 
CATALANA, ROSEMARY 

8431 Pleasant Plains Road, Towson, Maryland 
CHALFANT, JAMES G. 

607 Somerset Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
CHECKET, RICHARD P. 

4024 Essex Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
CHURCH, MADELINE A. 

1005 Cornell Avenue, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania 
CISSEL, ELIZABETH S. 

4233 Wickford Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
CLAPPER, JANE A. 

1701 Philadelphia Road, Joppa, Maryland 
CLARK, CHRISTINA I. 

178-26 Baisley Boulevard, Jamaica 34, New York 
CLARK, WILLIAM E. 

1108 Stephen Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 
CLEMENT, KENDALL C. 

417 Chews Landing Road, Haddonfield, New Jersey 
CLEMENTS, ANTHONY M. 

206A Circle "C", Ramey AFB, Puerto Rico 
CLIFTON, JOHN 

127 North Sussex Street, Dover, New Jersey 
CLOUGH, ELIZABETH L. 

117 Higby Road, Utica, New York 
COALE, JOSEPH M. Ill 

578 University Parkway, Baltimore, Maryland 
COCH, NANCY M. 

25 Washington Place, Northport, New York 
COCHRAN, NANCY J. 

1450 Shore Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
COCKEY, ROBERT F. 

211 Longwood Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
COFFEL, WILLIAM R. 

20-30 Seagert Avenue, Far Rockaway, New York 
COHEN, KENNETH S. 

1472 Cleveland Avenue, East Meadow, New York 
COHN, JOSEPH D., JR. 

Box 250 RD #2, Havre de Grace, Maryland 
COKER, JOHN L. 

Route 2, Box 47, Edgewater, Maryland 
COKER, LOIS F. 

Raincliffe Farms, Sykesville, Maryland 
COLES, BARBARA 

99 Dartmouth Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 
COLLINS, DAVID S. 

16 Narbrook Park, Narbeth, Pennsylvania 
COLLINS, WILLIAM T. 

3542 Lynne Haven Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 



COMPTON, ANN M. 

Star Route #3, La Plata, Maryland 
CONKLING, JOHN A. 

6011 Sycamore Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
COOK, RUSSELL H., JR. 

708 Wayside Avenue, Easton, Maryland 
COSTELLO, RONALD J. 

301 West End Avenue, Cambridge, Maryland 
COX, CHARLES H. 

6303 Bellona Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
COX, ROSEMARY E. 

616 East 33rd Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
COX, TERRY N. 

302 West Columbia Street, Falls Church, Virginia 
CRIDLER, CAROLYN S. 

5910 Fenwick Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
CROSS, BEVERLY J. 

4405 38th Street, North West, Washington, D.C. 
DALY, BARBARA A. 

Annondale, Woodbine, Maryland 
DAVENPORT, MARY ANN 

M.R. #2, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 
DAVIDSON, MARY A. 

209 Newburg Avenue, Catonsville, Maryland 
DAVIS, C. PRICE 

19 Boone Trail, Severna Park, Maryland 
DAVIS, MARILYN A. 

301 Bellevue Avenue, Haddonfield, New Jersey 
DELL, HAROLD K. Ill 

1006 West Lake Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
DELL, SALLY C. 

1006 West Lake Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
DENTON, ROBERT L. 

42 Magoun Road, West Islip, New York 
DESCHERE, PAULA S. 

764 Carmet Road, Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 
DESTEFANO, NICHOLAS J. 

128 South Main Street, Glassboro, New Jersey 
DIETERT, IRMA R. 

301 Oak Avenue, Easton, Maryland 
DIETRICH, LIZETTE R. 

949 North Hill Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
DIPPEL, WILLIAM T. 

21149 Sydenham Street, Shaker Heights, Ohio 
DOBBS, SALLY M. 

716 Hunting Place, Baltimore, Maryland 
DODGE, MAURICE S. 

4412 Willow Woods Drive, Annandale, Virginia 
DOVE, JOHN M. Ill 

Wild Rose Shores, Annapolis, Maryland 
DRESSEL, DAVID M. 

5929 Kirby Road, Bethesda, Maryland 
DURKEE, FRANK H. Ill 

Airy Hill Farm, Chestertown, Maryland 
DURKEE, KATHLEEN O. 

Airy Hill Farm, Chestertown, Maryland 
EATON, EVELYN C. 

4 North Cherry Grove Avenue, Annapolis, Maryland 
EBERSTEIN ELIZABETH J. 

RD #3, Box 51, Flemington, New Jersey 
EHALT, ELLEN S. 

43 Nassau Boulevard, Garden City, New York 
EISEL, ALLAN D. 

41 West Main Street, Frostburg, Maryland 
EISENBUD, ROBERT E. 

3 Lawson Lane, Great Neck, New York 
ELDER, SUSAN H. 

Elder Road, Hyde, Maryland 
ELIASSEN, MARY P. 

9 Wesley Street, Camden, Delaware 
ELLIOTT, JOHN H., JR. 

305 Wilson Road, Newark, Delaware 



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ELMER, JANET L. 

1 8 Crestmont Road, West Orange, New Jersey 
ELTZROTH, JANE T. 

2425 Meadow Park Drive, Atlanta, Georgia 
ENGELKE, CANDACE L. 

6 Ely Lane, Simsbury, Connecticut 
ENGSTROM, CHARLES M. 

2610 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, Delaware 
ERLACH, CHERYL E. 

147 Circle Avenue, Indian Head, Maryland 
EVANS, CORNELIA W. 

201 Ridgewood Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
EVANS, RICHARD H. 

3010 Second Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
EVANS, STARKE M. 

1700 Marymont Road, Silver Spring, Maryland 
FAHERTY, CAROLE A. 

45 Buttonwood Street, Lambertville, New Jersey 
FARIES, JOHN J. 

7713 Royston Street, Annandale, Virginia 
FASTIE, PAUL E. 

1922 Heathfield Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
FEGAN, DAVID C. 

8709 Seven Locks Road, Bethesda, Maryland 
FELT, CAMMY J. 

1 1 Cove Road, Huntington, New York 
FERRIS, DEAN S. 

154 Boone Trail, Severna Park, Maryland 
FIGGS, ALAN G. 

RFD #1, Snow Hill, Maryland 
FINEBERG, MICHAEL B. 

838 Margo Lane, Narberth, Pennsylvania 
FINNEGAN, THOMAS J. 

62 Midland Avenue, Glen Ridge, New Jersey 
FISCHBACH, DAWN J. 

3831 Beech Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
FISCHER, DONALD H. 

3367 Dulany Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
FLACCOMIO, JUDITH A. 

208 East Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
FLYNN, JOHN E. 

Box 213, Upper Marlboro, Maryland 
FORD, HOWARD T. 

155 Brittany Drive, Ellicott City, Maryland 
FOUST, MARGUERITE M. 

3305 Senator Avenue, District Heights, Maryland 
FRANCIS, JAMES C. 

741 1 Foster Street, District Heights, Maryland 
FREDERICK, ROBERT N. 

4533 Marble Hall Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
GADSBY, JOHN E. 

501 Stamford Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
GALLOWAY, NANCY L. 

40 West Brother Drive, Greenwich, Connecticut 
GARDNER, NAN B. 

PAS/USAID Kabul, Afghanistan 
GARTRELL, CAROLYN W. 

Route 2, Box 296, Finksburg, Maryland 
GARVIN, EVALYN K. 

Colora, Maryland 
GEELAN, JANET M. 

1 Roseld Avenue, Deal, New Jersey 
GEPPERT, RUTH A. 

956 Braddock Road, Cumberland, Maryland 
GIBSON, MARY L. 

106 South Water Street, Chestertown, Maryland 
GIES, JUDITH E. 

Old Farm Road, Bedminster, New Jersey 
GILL, BETSY P. 

Ashton, Maryland 
GILMOUR, ANTHONY D., JR. 

723 Blanch Avenue, Norwood, New Jersey 



GOETZKE, CAROL F. 

32 Holmehurst Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
GOFF, WILLIAM M. 

612 Elkins Avenue, Elkins Park, Pennsylvania 
GOLLAM, CAROLE J. 

Route 1, Jonestown, Pennsylvania 
GOMEZ, DIANA L. 

27 Stirling Way, Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 
GOODSPEED, HARRIET B. 

149 West Lanvale Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
GOSLEE, CARROLL R. 

Waldorf, Maryland 
GRANT, RAYMOND J. 

1 17 South Main Street, Wharton, New Jersey 
GRAY, CAROLYN D. 

Route 1, Chestertown, Maryland 
GREENE SUZANNE D. 

931 Shore Drive, Newport News, Virginia 
GRIFFIN, BRYAN H.M. 

103 Neel Avenue, Reisterstown, Maryland 
GROVER, MICHAEL A. 

Box 34, Owings, Maryland 
GUMAN, BARBARA M. 

343 Hollister Street, Stratford, Connecticut 
GUTMAN, WILLIAM S. 

44 Waterfold Lane, Stanford, Connecticut 
HALL, JANET K. 

Princess Anne, Maryland 
HAMMER, JUDITH A. 

1642 Pentwood Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
HAMMOND, DIANE C. 

Hardscrabble Road, Basking Ridge, New Jersey 
HANIFEE, JAMES L. 

Galena, Maryland 
HANKEY, CLIFFORD M. 

120 Compass Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
HANNA, MARGARET E. 

203 Crafton Road, Bel Air, Maryland 
HARDESTY, VAUGHN A. 

121B Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland 
HARPER, STEPHEN G. 

1 1 Bennis Road, Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts 
HARRIES, DONNA E. 

28 Mansion Drive, Topsfield, Massachusetts 
HARRINGTON, EDGAR D. 

504 Cedar Avenue, Allenhurst, New Jersey 
HARRINGTON, WILLIAM E. 

1501 Hambrooks Boulevard, Cambridge, Maryland 
HARRISON, C. NORRIS 

RD #3, Chestertown, Maryland 
HARRISON, HAYDON M. 

Sabair House, Route 1, Chestertown, Maryland 
HARTWELL, JULIE 

2035 Kakela Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 
HARWOOD, ROBERT M. 

1665-5 1st Street, Brooklyn, New York 
HASENOEHRL, MARGARET K. 

3407 Quebec Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 
HAYDEN, DAVID C. 

Bel Alton, Maryland 
HEATH, JUDITH D. 

1 102 Palmer Avenue, Mays Landing, New Jersey 
HEINEFIELD, JOANNE M. 

East Sharp Street, Rock Hall, Maryland 
HEINEFIELD, JOHN J. 

South Main Street, Rock Hall, Maryland 
HENDERSON, SALLY A. 

Valley View Farms, Quechee, Vermont 
HENEHAN, MICHAEL J. 

12 Hampton Street, Cranford, New Jersey 
HERVEY, PATRICIA 

67 Roosevelt Street, Garden City, New York 



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HESS. MILTON J. 

32 Cranford Place. Teaneck. New Jersey 
HIBBERD, PATRICIA A. 
New Windsor, Maryland 
HICKMAN, MARY F. 

RFD #1, Chestertown, Maryland 
HILL. DIANA E. 

6 Cannoneer Circle. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 
HILL, JOAN M. 

Willowbrook State School, Staten Island, New York 
HILL, REBECCA 

1117 Walker Avenue, Baltimore. Maryland 
HIMSWORTH, KELLER P. 

76 Plandome Ct.. Nanhasset, New York 
HINSON. JESSE J.. JR. 

3105 Abell Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
HIRSH, EVIN 

6402 East Halbert Road, Bethesda, Maryland 
HOAGLAND, VICTORIA R. 

531 Main Street, Crisfield, Maryland 
HODGES, OSWALD W. 

6 Honeysuckle Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 
HOLDEN, CAROL A. 

RD #1, Pottstown, Pennsylvania 
HOLLYDAY, ANNE W. 

98 Dunkirk Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
HOLT, LESLIE J. 

3 Driftway, Roseland, New Jersey 
HOLZAPFEL, MARJORIE N. 

2222 Briarcliff Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 
HORNICK, CAROL A. 

50 Lookout Road, Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 
HOSMER, ANN F. 

508 Gun Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
HUBIS, PAUL E. 

RD #5, Elkton, Maryland 
HUEBSCHMAN, MIRIAM B. 

4409 Powell Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
HUEY, JANE L. 

2 State Street, Avondale, Pennsylvania 
HULL, RUTH M. 

615 Baltimore Boulevard, Westminster, Maryland 
HUNDEVADT, LINDA G. 

6008 Welborn Drive, Washington 16, D.C. 
INGERSOLL, ROBERT H. 

RR #3, Chestertown, Maryland 
JACKSON, RICHARD E. 

Susquehanne Avenue, Perryville, Maryland 
JACOBS, ROBERT C. 

Brampton Farm, Chestertown, Maryland 
JAEGER, ROBERT B. 

4119 Taylor Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
JAMES, EDWARD E. 

964 Pinecrest S.E., Grand Rapids 6, Michigan 
JAMES, HARRY D. 

3724 Tudor Arms Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
JAVOR, JUDITH A. 

73 Houston Drive, Warwick, Rhode Island 
JENKINS, GERALD P. 

6 Right Rudder Ct., Baltimore, Maryland 
JOHNSON, BARBARA A. 

1492 Colonial Lane, West Chester, Pennsylvania 
JOHNSON, KAREN A. 

Judefind Avenue, Rock Hall, Maryland 
JOHNSON, MARJORIE E. 

319 Carroll Avenue, Laurel, Maryland 
JOHNSON, PATRICIA E. 

North Park Drive, Extension, Salisbury, Maryland 
JOHNSON, ROBERT M. 

8541 Sarratts Road, Clinton, Maryland 
JONES, BEVERLY H. 

225 Washington Avenue, Chestertown, Maryland 



JONES, FRAZER F. 

196 West Main Street, Newark, Delaware 
KAMINSKY, PAMELA A. 

232 Overlook Boulevard, Struthers, Ohio 
KANIECKI, EVELYN A. 

703 South Lakewood Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
KAPER, ROBERT C. 

836 South Main Street, Bel Air, Maryland 
KAPLAN, PAUL D. 

110-21 68th Drive, New York, New York 
KARES, PETER J. 

558 Longacre Avenue, Woodmere, New York 
KAZENWADEL, ANITA L. 

5 Winding Way, Saddle River, New Jersey 
KEEHAN, BARBARA J. 

512 Franklin Road, Lexington Park, Maryland 
KELLER, MARIAN L. 

27 Kneeland Avenue, Lenox, Massachusetts 
KELLY, DEBORAH D. 

211 Queen Street, Chestertown, Maryland 
KELLY, MICHAEL C. 

Brightwaters Farm, Oxford, Maryland 
KENGETER, SUSAN J. 

50 Cliffside Drive, Toms River, New Jersey 
KENT, CHRISTINE L. 

USAID/Liberia, West Africa c/o American Embassy 
KILLEN, CAROL A. 

313 Martingale Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
KING, DAVID M. 

Prince Frederick, Maryland 
KIPNES, FRED 

241-14 53rd Avenue, Douglaston, New York, New York 
KNIGHT, JOAN L. 

639 Concord Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey 
KREAMER, ROBERT A. 

97 Dimmig Road, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 
KROE, PATRICIA E. 

24 Left Aileron Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
KUMMINGS, MARY 

1 15 South Grant Avenue, Crawfordsville, Indiana 
KURRLE, SUSAN M. 

Box 368 Route 1, Severna Park, Maryland 
LACHER, THOMAS G. 

5503 Alhambra Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
LAGARDE, ETHEL H. 

43 South Washington Street, Easton, Maryland 
LAMB, DIANE J. 

916 Lakewood Drive, Falls Church, Virginia 
LANE, DENNIS I. 

635 East 14th Street, New York, New York 
LAROCCA, SUSAN L. 

309 23rd Street, Union City, New Jersey 
LARSON, GUNNAR P. 

114 Dunloggin Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 
LAUX, KAREN L. 

900 Fairway Drive, Towson, Maryland 
LEHMANN, EDWARD J. 

500 North Green Bay Road, Lake Forest, Illinois 
LESLIE, PATRICIA I. 

191 Presidential Boulevard, Bala-Cynwyd, Pennsylvania 
LEVINSON, KEITH A. 

10224 Rockville Pike, Rockville, Maryland 
LEVITT, ROBERT J. 

85 North Long Beach Avenue, Freeport, New York 
LEWIS, DONALD V. 

7 Ayer Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 
LEWIS, JOSEPH W. 

808 Southeast 5th Street, Milford, Delaware 
LEWIS, KATHRYN E. 

408 King George Road, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 
LEWIS, KATHRYN G. 

438 Stemmers Run Road, Baltimore, Maryland 



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LEWIS, MARY K. 

RFD #3, Cambridge, Maryland 
LONG, WINSLOW N. 

RR #3, Chestertown, Maryland 
LIVINGSTON, DOUGLASS 

20 Manhasset Trail, Medford Lakes, New Jersey 
LOUCK, RICHARD C. 

411 Delmar Avenue, Glen Burnie, Maryland 
LUFF, JAMES M. 

Goldsboro, Maryland 
LUM, WOODROW W., JR. 

Earleville, Maryland 
LUND, SHARON E. 

Chapman's Lane, Bryans Road, Maryland 
MacDONALD, ELIZABETH S. 

Mendham Road, Mendham, New Jersey 
MacKILLOP, MARGARET N. 

19 Highland Avenue, Cambridge, Massachusetts 
McCARGO, WILLIAM G. 

1001 Highmont Road, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 
McCLURE, MICHAEL D. 

810 Copley Lane, Silver Spring, Maryland 
McCOY, PAUL B. 

3 Evergreen Trail, Severna Park, Maryland 
MANNING, ROBERT E. 

Solomons, Maryland 
MARENECK, KATHRYN L. 

48 Oakridge Road, Wellesley, Massachusetts 
MARGOLIUS, LYNN 

201 Oxford Street, Norfolk, Virginia 
MARINO, CLEMENT C. 

c/o Arabian American Oil Company, 

PO Box 714, ABQAIQ, Saudi Arabia 
MARKELL, VIRGINIA L. 

Cordova, Maryland 
MARRUS, DAVID A. 

226 W. Tremont Avenue, New York, New York 
MARSHALL, PAMELA G. 

26 Montview Avenue, Short Hills, New Jersey 
MARSHALL, THOMAS S. 

29 Fieldstone Drive, Whippany, New Jersey 
MARTIN, DAVID F., JR. 

Box 177 Route 1, Gaithersburg, Maryland 
MARTIN, JOHN W. 

214 Chestnut Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania 
MARTINDALE, MARY E. 

403 N. Second Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 
MASSEY, DANIEL R. 

Willards, Maryland 
McGINNIS, JOHN W. 

300 Third Avenue, Haddon Heights, New Jersey 
McINTYRE, MARGARET B. 

1315 Chadwick Road, Welshire, Wilmington, Delaware 
McKELVEY, GERALD J. C. 

Box 134, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 
McKINNEY, JAMES C. 

405 Park Circle, Elkton, Maryland 
McKINNEY, JUDITH A. 

1713 Melbourne Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
McMAHAN, ROBERT A. 

S. Spring Road, Vineland, New Jersey 
McMAHON, TIMOTHY L. 

404 S. Chapelgate Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 
McWHIRTER, GAIL G. 

Cor. Rose Valley — Woodward Roads, Maxian, Pennsylvania 
MAGEE, HEATHER T. 

46 Central Avenue, Rye, New York 
MAGEE, PETER M. 

1113 New Brunswick Avenue, Mamasquan, New Jersey 
MAHONEY, SARA L. 

Wilson Road, Rising Sun, Maryland 



MAIATICO, GERALDINE J. 

71 1 Almond Street, Vineland, New Jersey 
MATHENY, JAMES S. 

135 Murdock, Baltimore, Maryland 
MEASELL III, IRA D. 

2610 Elnora Street, Wheaton, Maryland 
MELVIN, TRUTH ANN 

81 Edgewood Road, Dover, Delaware 
MENDELL, JOHN R. 

219 Gravell Hill Road, Smoke Rise, Butler, New Jersey 
MERRILL, JOHN L. 

36 Miller Road, Morristown, New Jersey 
MEYER, MARGARET A. 

Route #1, Box 361, Severna Park, Maryland 
MICHAEL, JOHN M. 

Box 253, Aberdeen, Maryland 
MIDDLESTADT, LINDA G. 

Box 440, Route 16, Baltimore, Maryland 
MILLER, BARBARA R. 

CRA. 55 #82-69, Barranquilla, Colombia 
MILLER, DONALD B. 

Groton, Massachusetts 
MILLER, JACOLYN S. 

946 E. Forty-first Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
MILLER, STEPHEN B. 

704 Abbey Road, Westminster, Wilmington, Delaware 
MONSEES, CHRISTINE E. 

6 Raphael Place, New Monmouth, New Jersey 
MORELAND, DAVID T. 

2205 Green Road, Wilmington, Delaware 
MORGAN, DAVID E. 

302 Park Avenue, Alexandria, Virginia 
MORGAN, ROBERT 

5 Canterbury Road, Livingston, New Jersey 
MOULTON, ELIZABETH W. 

39 Warren Street, Salem, Massachusetts 
MULLIKIN, KATHRYN L. 

105 Goldsboro Street, Easton, Maryland 
MULVENNY, JOSEPH T 

233 Rodgers Forge Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
MUMFORD, ELIZABETH H. 

205 S. Main Street, Berlin, Maryland 
MUNTER, DONALD S. 

144 Sherman Avenue, Rockville Centre, New York 
MURPHY, ANDREW CD. 

1529 Lenape Road, West Chester, Pennsylvania 
MURRAY, ELIZABETH A. 

4404 Cook Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
MURRAY, SANDRA P. 

511 Phillips Street, Seaford, Delaware 
MYERLY, NANCY L. 

Leakin Park, Baltimore, Maryland 
MYERS, MARILYNN L. 

Cloverton Street, Williamsport, Maryland 
NATHAN, LINDA M. 

122 Serpentine Lane, Searingtown, New York 
NATWICK, RICHARD A. 

123 Edgewood Road, Towson, Maryland 
NEVILS, MARK K. 

120 Greenway North, Forest Hills, New York 
NEWTON, SANDRA J. 

300 Cedar Lane, Seaford, Delaware 
NILSSON, ANDREW T. 

Melrose Avenue, Woodstock, Maryland 
NUZZI, DANIEL 

30 Rosedale Road, New York, New York 
OAKEY, SARAH E. 

Box 246 Woodward Road, Moylan, Pennsylvania 
O'BRIEN, ROBERT B. 

711 Langley Place, Silver Spring, Maryland 
OLEAR, NENA G. 

59 Ellsworth Avenue, Waterbury, Connecticut 



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OLSON. PATRICIA A. 

535 Henry Avenue, Stratford, Connecticut 
ORTMAN, CARL E. 

603 Goucher Boulevard, Towson, Maryland 
OSBORNE, THOMAS W. 

RED #1. Box 89, Aberdeen, Maryland 
PAILTHORP, MARGARET A. 

852 Cranbrook Drive, Wilmington, Delaware 
PANOWICZ, LORRAINE C. 

2503 Fait Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
PAPPAS, MARY E. 

2913 Cub Hill Road. Baltimore, Maryland 
PARK. MICHAEL J. 

1751 Beacon Street. Brookline, Massachusetts 
PATTERSON, S. DALE 

1663 W. North Avenue. Baltimore, Maryland 
PAUGH, MARGARET E. 

3112 Quarry Lane, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania 
PAUL-CAVAILLIER, FRANCOIS I. 

13 Rue Monsieur, Paris, France 
PAXSON, CHARLES K. 

405 N. Elberon Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey 
PAYNE, JOHN R. 

55 Westminster Street, Westerly, Rhode Island 
PAYNE HI, R. ALLEN 

2605 Holly Drive S.E., Oxon Hill, Maryland 
PEARCE, SARA A. 

Corbett Road, Monkton, Maryland 
PEDDICORD, CYNTHIA G. 

50 Avoca Avenue, Ellicott City, Maryland 
PELKEY, SUZANNE M. 

309 E. Seaspray Road, Ocean City, New Jersey 
PENN, GEORGEANN 

Box 52, Buckeystown, Maryland 
PERDUE, PATRICIA G. 

218 W. Federal Street, Snow Hill, Maryland 
PERRY, ALAN L. 

520 Pennsylvania Avenue, Avondale, Pennsylvania 
PETERSON, ALDA M. 

99 New Street, Bridgeton, New Jersey 
PHILLIPS, FRANCIS B. 

225 Glengarry Road, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
PHILLIPS, PAUL F. 

1 1 1 N. Baltimore Avenue, Ocean City, Maryland 
PLEASANTS, DORSEY S. 

220 Yeardley Drive, Newport News, Virginia 
PORTOGHESE, ANTHONY J. 

569 Dartmouth Street, Westbury, New York 
PRENDERGAST, WILLIAM B. 

3 Barry Avenue, Bay Ridge, Annapolis, Maryland 
PRESSON, BARBARA D. 

211 Mansion Road, Linthicum, Maryland 
PRICE, ELLEN T. 

Box 21, Viola, Delaware 
PRICE, JAMES F. 

312 Broxton Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
PRITZLAFF JR., ROBERT F. 

135 Huntington Bay Road, Huntington, New York 
PUJOL, ELENA 

722 Stamford Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
PUMPHREY, LAEL G. 

Route #1, Box 108, Crownsville, Maryland 
PURDON, ERIC S. C. 

Arden Farm, Harwood, Maryland 
RAY, ALAN C. 

106 Middleboro Place, Lynchburg, Virginia 
RAYNES, BARBARA J. 

5918 Brackenridge Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
REBAR, PATRICIA A. 

331 Merril Way, Smyra, Delaware 
REDDISH, G. ALLAN 

113 5th Avenue, Denton, Maryland 



REID, ELLEN C. 

5810 Ridgway Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 
REYNOLDS, JUDITH L. 

5800 San Vicente Street, Coral Gables, Florida 
RICHTER, JUDITH M. 

21 Vista Drive, Great Neck, New York 
RICKARD, KATHLEEN A. 

9 Flagg Drive, Framingham, Massachusetts 
RICKARDS, DEANNA R. 

811 Loyola Drive, Towson, Maryland 
RIGGIN, CATHY L. 

710 Winans Way, Baltimore, Maryland 
RIPPER, H. JOHN 

South Street, Roxbury, Connecticut 
ROBERTS, JOHN W. Ill 

213 First Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
ROBERTS, JUDITH L. 

School Lane & Bay Road, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 
RODAR, SAM 

19 Edgemere Drive, Albertson, New York 
RODEN, HENRY D. 

119 Terrace Boulevard, New Hyde Park, New York 
RODNEY, JOHN H. 

PO Box 115, Chestertown, Maryland 
ROE, JANE R. 

Sudlersville, Maryland 
ROSEN, DAVID L. 

50 Roberts Road, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 
ROSEN, PETER J. 

301 East 62nd Street, New York, New York 
ROSENBERG, DONALD C. 

130 Hemlock Road, New Haven, Connecticut 
ROSENSTOCK, DAVID A. 

4100 Villa Nova Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
ROSSER, PENELOPE 

Box 306, Route 2, Federalsburg, Maryland 
ROTHENHOEFER, ANN M. 

831 Woodington Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
ROTONDO, ENRICO 

145 North Milton Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
RUBIN, ELLEN F. 

6605 Baythorne Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
RUBIN, JEFFREY L. 

7 Crest Park Court, Silver Spring, Maryland 
ROUSSEAUX, PHILIP A. 

403 Greenwood Road, Pikesville, Maryland 
RUDOLPH, VINCENT D. 

1835 West Neighbors Avenue, Anaheim, California 
RUSKIN, ROBERT S. 

Route 1, Box 549, Accokeek, Maryland 
SANBORN, DAVID M. 

Duncan Road, White Hall, Maryland 
SASSI, DOMINICK J. 

Box 147, Auburn Road, Penns Grove, New Jersey 
SAUNDERS, CHARLES D. 

RD #4, Elkton, Maryland 
SAUNDERS, STEPHAN P. 

Route 349, Nanticoke, Maryland 
SCANLAN, DAVID E. 

2808 Taylor Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
SCHEULEN, SUSAN M. 

63 Willow Street, Garden City, New York 
SCHILLING, CHRISTINA M. 

Route 1, Hebron, Maryland 
SCHLUETER, JR., CALVIN F. 

603 Beach Drive, Annapolis, Maryland 
SCHMIDT, SUSAN W. 

907 Greenleigh Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
SCHNACKEL, ROBERT C. 

155 Long Neck Point, Darien, Connecticut 
SCHRADER, LEONARD G. 

614 Meadow Ridge Road, Towson, Maryland 



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SCHREIBER, KAREN L. 

35 Colonial Drive, Basking Ridge, New Jersey 
SCHULMAN, MARK A. 

6250 Everett Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
SCHULTZ, ARTHUR P. 

596 Overlook Drive, Wyckoff, New Jersey 
SCHWARTZ, JAY M. 

6245 Trotter Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
SCHWARTZ, STEVEN P. 

310 Ludlow Road, Annapolis, Maryland 
SCOTT, DIANA A. 

375 Berwyn Baptist Road, Berwyn, Pennsylvania 
SCULLIN. JUDITH C. 

64 Perrin Avenue, Pompton Lakes, New Jersey 
SEEGAR, JOHN K. 

112 Elmhurst Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
SEELEY, PATRICK C. 

6944 Nashville Road, Lanham, Maryland 
SEGAL, JONATHAN B. 

201 West 16th Street, New York, New York 
SELPH, CHRISTIE D. 

Wicomico Knolls, Mt. Victoria, Maryland 
SHANNAHAN, JOHN T. 

PO Box 217, St. Michaels, Maryland 
SHARRETTS, BARBARA C. 

Oak Hall Farm, Sparks Road, Sparks, Maryland 
SHEFFER, DANIEL B. 

Ill Fourth Street, Hanover, Pennsylvania 
SHIPLEY, DEBORAH A. 

226 Mallow Hill Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
SHIP WAY, GLEN R. 

1007 Harding Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland 
SHIPWAY, JEANETTE V. 

1007 Harding Avenue, Cumberland, Maryland 
SILBER, OCTAVIA PAULA 

1706 Regent Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
SILCOX, MARTHA W. 

Kennedyville, Maryland 
SILVERMAN, SUSAN J. 

3101 Bel Pre Road, Silver Spring, Maryland 
SIMMONDS, ROBERT C. 

107 Cedar Street, Chestertown, Maryland 
SIMONSON, PATRICIA J. 

94 Glenwood Road, Ridgewood, New Jersey 
SIMPSON, MARY M. 

716 DeWitt Street, Linden, New Jersey 
SKIPPER, CHARLES F. 

1739 Forest Drive, Annapolis, Maryland 
SLOAN, JOHN P. 

1427 Willow Court, Cumberland, Maryland 
SMITH, DAVID F. 

6 Sunset Hill, Newtown, Connecticut 
SMITH, MARVIN M. 

68 Union Street, Salem, New Jersey 
SMITH, MARY DUANE 

325 South Main Street, Red Lion, Pennsylvania 
SMITH, RICHARD H., JR. 

1129 Beechwood Drive, Hagerstown, Maryland 
SMITH, SUSAN H. 

6700 Highview Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
SMYTH, FREDERICK F. 

1000 West Belvedere Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
SNYDER, ELWOOD F. 

922 Garfield Avenue, Ardsley, Pennsylvania 
SOLOMON, SHARON L. 

2621 Rosewood Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
SPARKS, CHARLES E. 

Box 21 RR 1, Centreville, Maryland 
SPECTOR, LAWRENCE J. 

1516 Hellerman Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 
SPECTOR, PAMELA 

5400 Frederick Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 



SPRAGUE, LIDA M. 

2144 Hudson-Aurora Road, Hudson, Ohio 
STAIGER, ROBERT D. 

71 1 Brookside Place, Cranford, New Jersey 
STANT, SUSAN B. 

110 Mariners Road, Crisfield, Maryland 
STAUB, ELLEN M. 

3133 Griffin Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 
STEELE, JUDITH M. 

37 Crafton Avenue, Pitman, New Jersey 
STEIN, KENNETH S. 

105 Berkshire Road, Rockville Centre, New York 
STEIN, PHILIP J. 

74 Bardolier Lane, Bay Shore, New York 
STENGEL, SUSAN F. 

Carroll Road, Monkton, Maryland 
STERLING, DONNA J. 

6715 Bracken Court, Springfield, Virginia 
STEVENS, DAVID E. 

601 Maryland Avenue, Elkton, Maryland 
STEWART, CATHERINE J. 

5513 Gerland Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
STILLMAN, MARY E. 

20 Scott Street, Oxford, New York 
STIRLING, JEAN C. 

4203 Holly Avenue, Takoma Park, Maryland 
STIRLING, REED C. 

906 Litchfield Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
STOKER, JUDITH A. 

219 Killarney Road, Cambridge, Maryland 
STOKES, THOMAS H. 

4670 Douglas Avenue, Bronx, New York 
STRAUSBURG, VANCE C. 

1215 Fourth Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
STREBE, CAROLYN 

5215 R. Street, S.E., Washington, D.C. 
STRONG, GAIL L. 

Rock Hall, Maryland 
SUTTON, DAVID M. 

151A Montgomery Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 
SVEC, DAVID J. 

5 Dogwood Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 
SWANSTROM, LAWRENCE W. 

Linden Avenue, Doylestown, Pennsylvania 
TANNER, WILLIAM A. 

402 Riggs Avenue, Severna Park, Maryland 
TAWES, JAMES H. 

18 Jacksonville Road, Crisfield, Maryland 
TAYLOR, NANCY E. 

1019 Yates Avenue, Marcus Hook, Pennsylvania 
THELIN, SUE L 

437 Spring Street, Cheshire, Connecticut 
THOMAS, CHARLES W. 

Barnesville, Maryland 
THOMAS, M. JEAN 

1300 Potter Street, Chester, Pennsylvania 
THOMPSON, JUDITH L. 

4463 Cherrydale Road, Memphis, Tennessee 
THOMPSON, WILLIAM R. 

510 Middlebury Drive, Alexandria, Virginia 
t'KINT de ROODENBEKE, MARA 

36 Amelia Court, Staten Island, New York 
TOPODAS, JONATHAN M. 

195 Birchland Avenue, Springfield, Massachusetts 
TOWNE, LINDA J. 

3412 Asheville Road, Washington, D.C. 
TOWNSEND, DAVID P. 

661 Fletcher Road, Wayne, Pennsylvania 
TOWNSHEND, JAMES R. 

Davidsonville, Maryland 
TRAUB, KATHARINE H. 

9 Highland Drive, Yardley, Pennsylvania 



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TRAURIG. HARRY J. 

202 Parkway. Elkton, Maryland 
TRAVIESO. MICHAEL J. 

6009 Sycamore Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
TRONE, ROGER N. 

103 Park Circle. Elkton, Maryland 
TRONE, SUSAN R. 

103 Park Circle, Elkton, Maryland 
TRAUTMAN, JR., BENJAMIN I. 

PO Box 185, Edgewater. Maryland 
TUCCIARONE, KAREN A. 

85 Green Street, Stratford, Connecticut 
TUCKER, MICHAEL T. 

6 Oxford Lane. Bethpage. New York 
TURNER. NANCY L. 

4103 Fields Drive, Lafayette Hill. Pennsylvania 
UNFRJED, DOUGLAS E. 

8 Castlewood Road, Simsbury, Connecticut 
VANDERCLOCK, ROBERT J. 

40 Myrtle Avenue, Midland Park, New Jersey 
VANDYKE, SARAH H. 

200 Second Street, Denton, Maryland 
VANGULDEN, FRANCES C. 

57 Donna Road, Framingham, Massachusetts 
VANNOSTRAND, DEBRA J. 

15 Valley Forge Way, Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey 
VAUGHAN, GARY K. 

108 Ligon Road, Ellicott City, Maryland 
VONGERICHTEN, LYNN 

283 Lakeview Avenue West, Brightwaters, New York 
VOSKIAN, SANDRA L. 

439 Caldwell Drive, Wyckoff, New Jersey 
WALBERT, GEORGE R. 

Rock Hall, Maryland 
WALLACE, MARILYN E. 

6225 Sheffield Drive, Camp Springs, Maryland 
WALLIS, HELEN O. 

Hinchingham Farm, RD 2, Rock Hall, Maryland 
WARD, JANE A. 

22 Twin Falls Road, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey 
WARNER, ROBERT C. 

35 Cranmoor Drive, Toms River, New Jersey 
WATKINS, THOMAS L. 

408 Skippack Pike, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania 
WEAVER, JOAN C. 

RD 1, Milford, Pennsylvania 
WEBB, AMOS E. 

Church Hill, Maryland 
WEIDENHAMER, LINDA G. 

811 Third Avenue, Williamsport, Pennsylvania 
WEIR, JEAN K. 

618 Liberty Road, Federalsburg, Maryland 
WEISER, RICHARD A. 

104-60 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, New York 
WEISS, FREDERICK B. 

3809 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, Maryland 
WELCH, REXFORD L. 

24 Brooklyn Avenue, Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 
WELLS, ANTHONY P. 

5308 Albermarle Street, Bethesda, Maryland 
WELLS, ELIZABETH H. 

128 Sewall Street, Augusta, Maine 
WELSH, MARGARET T. 

301 West Montgomery Avenue, Rockville, Maryland 
WERBA, STEPHAN Y. 

Box 199, Route 1, Park Heights Avenue, Owings Mills, Maryland 



WETZEL, JEAN M. 

Box 159 Route 3, Centreville, Maryland 
WHITE, JULIA B. 

811 Oak Hill Avenue, Hagerstown, Maryland 
WHITMAN, BENJAMIN T. 

RFD East Kent Hollow Road, New Preston, Connecticut 
WHITMAN, GLORIA L. 

5924 Rudyard Drive, Bethesda, Maryland 
WHITMORE, KATHERINE B. 

20 Woodmoor Drive, Silver Spring, Maryland 
WILKINSON, WILLIAM F. 

12 Murray Hill Circle, Baltimore, Maryland 
WILLET, KAREN A. 

6504 Beverly Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
WILLEY, MARGUERITE A. 

Almosta Farm, Eden, Maryland 
WILLIAMS, DOUGLAS B. 

PO Box 1002, Setauket, New York 
WILLIAMS, THOMAS D. 

6447 Fairborn Terrace, Hyattsville, Maryland 
WILLIAMS, TIMOTHY W. 

8 Pierce Drive, Ellicot City, Maryland 
WILLIAMSON, JEFFREY P. 

604 Maryland Avenue, Cambridge, Maryland 
WILLIS, VIRGINIA A. 

Box 48, RR #3, Chestertown, Maryland 
WILLS, MARY E. 

149 Summit Avenue, Hagerstown, Maryland 
WILMER, JANICE E. 

204 Mathews Road, Bryans Road, Maryland 
WILSON, CAROLE H. 

232 Bowers Street, Jersey City, New Jersey 
WILSON, JOHN R. 

17 Manito Drive, Cambridge, Maryland 
WILSON, JOHN W. 

1251 Vogt Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 
WILTON, CAROL L. 

3826 Yolando Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
WOLFE, J. ROBERT 

6716 Queens Ferry Road, Baltimore, Maryland 
WOLFORD, ROSE E. 

RD #1, Abbotstown, Pennsylvania 
WOLK, BRUCE H. 

118 Holly Street, Hempstead, N. Y. 
WOOD, MARY D. 

Indiantown Farm, Centreville, Maryland 
WORDTT, PAULA E. 

4111 Priscilla Lane, Baltimore, Maryland 
WRIGHT, GLENN S. 

507 Main Street, Clayton, Delaware 
WRIGHT, JOAN M. 

105 Washington Avenue, Elkton, Maryland 
WRIGHT, PHYLLIS M. 

Box 18, Maple Avenue, Greensboro, Maryland 
WRIGHT, WILFRED C. 

PO Box 868, Nassau, Bahamas 
WUNDERLICH, RICHARD L. 

140 Sunset Drive, Denton, Maryland 
YODER, KATHERINE 

523 Clark Street, Westfield, New Jersey 
YOECKEL, WALTER R. 

48 8th Street, Ridgefield Park, New Jersey 
ZARRO, DIANA A. 

177 W. King Street, Hillside, New Jersey 
ZIMMET, DONALD J. 

35 Bishop Lane, Hicksville, New York 



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